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Card Clicks: Stanford's Power Rushing Attack Wears Teams Down

Stanford's transformation has been built upon the broad shoulders of its offensive line, which is anchored this season by David DeCastro and Jonathan Martin. "You know it's coming," Stanford strength coach Shannon Turley says of the Cardinal's power running attack. "If you don't like it, do something about it." | NYT

Devon Carrington will start at safety in place of Delano Howell, who suffered an injury against Washington State. | Cardinal Rapid Reports

Hank grades the Stanford offense's performance during the first half of the season. Guess who gets an A+? | Go Mighty Card

Overshadowed by Matt Barkley during his high school days in SoCal, Keith Price has blossomed in his first year as the starter at Washington. | SF Chronicle

Jon Wilner answers a few of Bob Condotta's questions about Saturday's game. | Seattle Times

A look at which teams have benefitted from the Pac-12's round-robin schedule and wish team. | College Hotline

Stanford is sixth in Spencer Hall's OHHH SO POWERFUL rankings. And to think where the Cardinal might rank if Andrew Luck actually liked football... | SB Nation

A review of Stanford Stadium. | Stadium Journey

An interesting comparison of Stanford's rise under Jim Harbaugh to Washington's rise under Steve Sarkisian. | UW Dawg Pound

The Stanford baseball team released its 2012 schedule. | The Stanford Daily

The men's and women's swimming teams welcome Utah to the Avery Aquatic Center today. | The Stanford Daily