Uruguay World Cup 2022 squad guide: Full fixtures, group, ones to watch, odds and more


Qatar 2022 provides what is likely a World Cup swansong for Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani and the end of an era for Uruguay. La Celeste have enriched the international stage over the last decade and more, but sustaining their threat will come down to others carrying the load. Real Madrid’s Federico Valverde represents the future, as does Darwin Nunez , with the Liverpool striker rounding into form. Always nightmare to play in the knock-out format, Uruguay will know they pose a genuine threat if they can squeeze through a tough group.

Sadio Mané included in Senegal's World Cup squad


Sadio Mané was included in Senegal's World Cup squad on Friday, just three days after a lower right leg injury put the star player's participation in doubt. Senegal coach Aliou Cissé named the Bayern Munich forward in his 26-man squad to the relief of a nation that had been fretting over whether Mané would be able to lead Senegal's challenge in Qatar. Senegal opens its World Cup campaign against Netherlands in Group A on Nov. 21, giving Mané 10 days to recover. Bayern had said Mané will miss this weekend's game against Schalke in the Bundesliga because of the injury. Mané is the focus of a Senegal team which won its first African Cup of Nations title this year and is rated by many as the best African team to ever go to a World Cup. It will play host Qatar, the Netherlands and Ecuador in Group A.

Stanford and SJSU renew their football series beginning in 2025


Stanford and San Jose State are set to renew their Bill Walsh Legacy Game with four new dates beginning in 2025, the schools announced Wednesday morning. San Jose State will host Stanford on Sept. 13 of that year to kick off the series, then Stanford will hold the home date in November 2026. The two remaining dates agreed upon are in 2028 (at Stanford) and 2035 (at SJSU). Explore rofaband1 23's board "NFL live online" on Pinterest. See more ideas about nfl, football helmets, nfl saints.

Stanford Faculty Senate approves changes to conflicts of interest, commitment policies


On Thursday, the Faculty Senate voted to approve proposed changes to the Research Policy Handbook from the Committee on Research and proposals from the Committee on Undergraduate Standards and Policy. Senators also voted to approve three recommendations related to military transfer credits, Cardinal Service, and part-time enrollment for coterminal students. The official site of Rugby World Cup Live, with ticketing and event information, live streaming, news, videos, fixtures and results.

Card Beats Bulldogs to Open NCAA Tournament No. 18 Stanford picked up a 4-0 shutout on Friday in Cambridge.


Stanford men's tennis opened the NCAA Tournament on a positive note, sweeping No. 35 Mississippi State, 4-0, on Friday at Beren Tennis Center on Harvard's campus. The Cardinal improves to 18-5 this season with the result, and to 4-0 all-time against Mississippi State. Stanford picked up the doubles point with wins on courts two and three to take a 1-0 lead in the match. Max Basing and Timothy Sah rolled to a 6-1 victory in the third position, and were followed by the pair of Arthur Fery and Alexandre Rotsaert on court two, who finished a 6-4 decision. Are you looking to watch the NFR Live Stream 2022 online for free? Check out our complete guide to access the Las Vegas National Finals Rodeo live online.

Why isn't Booker getting any love


This is one of the only sites I've seen cover him with any positivity. Have you guys seen anything out there?

Stanford hires Rob Koll to guide the wrestling program.


Big news in the world of NCAA wrestling and a great move for Stanford.

Kevin Hogan Deep Dive


Watching every game of his last two years at Stanford (and re-watching a few more from 2012-13 when I was the Managing Editor at Gobbler Country), I came to the conclusion that Kevin Hogan was not only severely undervalued, but that he was in fact the best quarterback of the 2016 NFL Draft. So when my expectation that the statistics would bear out how undervalued he was (relative to where "experts" were ranking him and where he was drafted) was met, I felt that I had to let the world know. I know this is a pretty controversial stance, but I knew going into this piece that I wouldn't have many supporters. Whether you agree or disagree, give it a read. I'd love to hear some Stanford-centric takes on this.