Stanford Rumors & News

  • LSU lands commitment from Stanford transfer, New Orleans native Terrence Alexander

    The Advocate "LSU got help at its thin cornerback position. Terrence Alexander, a 5-10, 190-pounder who prepped at John Curtis, is transferring from Stanford to LSU, the school announced Thursday morning in a statement. Alexander, a redshirt senior with one season left to play, is eligible immediately as..." April 12

  • Stanford signee Tanner McKee announces two-year mission trip to Brazil

    Yardbarker "Four-star quarterback Tanner McKee recently committed to the Stanford Cardinal, and now he has committed to a two-year mission trip to Brazil. He made an announcement about this on his Twitter page Saturday. This means he won’t be a part of Stanford’s 2018 recruiting class, but rather will be..." March 11

  • Tennessee football gains commitment from Stanford QB Keller Chryst

    CBS Sports "Plenty will be changing for Tennessee Volunteers football this season, and it's now clear the quarterback room will be part of that overhaul as Stanford quarterback Keller Chryst announced late Thursday night that he has decided to head to Knoxville as a graduate transfer this..." March 02

  • Stanford's projected starting QB K.J. Costello out for spring with hip injury

    CBS Sports "Spring football is about to pick up for college football teams around the country. Accompanying this time of year is injury news. Unfortunately for Stanford, that news comes at the quarterback position. Bruce Feldman of Sports Illustrated reports that K.J. Costello will be held out of spring..." February 14

  • 4-star QB McKee commits to Stanford, will do 2-year mission before enrolling

    USA Today High School Sports "Tanner McKee, a star quarterback at Centennial (Corona, Calif.), announced Wednesday that he will sign with Stanford. But there is a catch: McKee won’t enroll until 2020. He’ll first do a two-year mission for the Church of Latter-Day Saints. Regardless, a great pickup for the Cardinal." February 07

  • With Tua Tagovailoa lurking, Bryce Love is Bovada’s way-too-early 2018 Heisman favorite

    College Football Talk "The 2018 season doesn’t kick off for another seven-plus months, but it’s never too early for a little wagering action. Two weeks after the 2017 regular season ended, Bovada.lv released its first set of odds as to who will win the 2018 Heisman Trophy. Not surprisingly, running back Bryce Love,..." January 23

  • Stanford’s Keller Chryst to leave as a graduate transfer

    San Francisco Chronicle "Keller Chryst, Stanford’s starting quarterback for seven games last season before being replaced by redshirt freshman K.J. Costello, will play elsewhere next fall as a graduate transfer. Chryst made the announcement on Twitter but did not say where he was headed. He played three seasons at..." January 22

  • Stanford LB Ryan Beecher Diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Bleacher Report "Stanford linebacker Ryan Beecher announced on Friday that he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma last month. "In December, I was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma," Beecher wrote on Twitter. "I am receiving treatments while attending classes at Stanford. I look forward to making a full..." January 19

  • Great news for Stanford: Love will return for senior year

    San Francisco Chronicle "Heisman Trophy runner-up Bryce Love has decided to return to Stanford for his final season of eligibility, putting the Cardinal in position to land at least a top-15 preseason ranking next fall. His father, Chris, texted the news to The Chronicle early Tuesday morning: “Bryce will return for..." January 16

  • Stanford DL Harrison Phillips announces he will enter NFL draft

    ESPN "Stanford defensive lineman Harrison Phillips announced he will enter the NFL draft. Phillips just finished his senior year for the Cardinal, but would have been eligible for another campaign because he suffered a season-ending injury in the first game in 2015. His 103 tackles this season led..." January 04

  • Stanford's Love wins Doak Walker Award as nation's top running back

    Die Hards "Stanford junior Bryce Love has won the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation’s top running back. The winner was announced on Wednesday night at the Home Depot College Football Awards show in Atlanta. Love ran for 1,973 yards this season, second-most in FBS, with 17 touchdowns, topping the..." December 07