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Stanford Stories September 11, 2015

Here are today’s best Stanford Cardinal links from around the web.

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Great news! We are expanding. Now, onto the news.

Sadly, Stanford legend Jack Laird has passed away.

Rule of Tree and Underdog Dynasty discussed the upcoming UCF at Stanford contest.

Rule of Tree's newest contributor writes about the Northwestern loss as a catalyst.

You can also check the KZSU Stanford Football Insider Podcast here.

UCF's coach George O'leary was once, very briefly, the head coach of Notre Dame. That set off a chain of events that altered the recent history of Stanford football according to Jon Wilner at the San Jose Mercury News.

Speaking of UCF, Stanford looks to bounce back from their less than impressive defeat and the game previews are rolling in. WPTZ News channel five posted this preview. The Stanford Daily posted their preview as well. Palo Alto Online writes that Stanford is looking to improve upon their offense while the Orlando Sentinel writes that UCF is working to improve their defense.

Tom Fitzgerald at SF Gate wrote pieces about Devon Cajuste and Peter Kalambayi.

Palo Alto Online reports that the Stanford Women's soccer team has a huge test against 7th ranked Penn State.

Stanford great Jessica Mendoza talks with USA Today about her debut on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball.

Stanford goalkeeper Andrew Epstein was the Pac-12 Player of the Week according to the Stanford Athletic Department.

And now, for those of you wondering what happens when you put a Stanford legend from Texas in a British etiquette class I present you . . .

Tea Time with Andrew Luck

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