STANFORD — The race to replace Andrew Luck ended Tuesday when coach David Shaw named junior Josh Nunes as Stanford’s starting quarterback.
Shaw said Nunes beat out sophomore Brett Nottingham by consistently demonstrating that he would be the best manager of the Cardinal’s pro-style offense. He said 80 percent of the job is keeping the offense away from negative plays. Read More
STANFORD —Coach David Shaw whittled a five-man field down to sophomore Brett Nottingham and junior Josh Nunes in the spring, but red-shirt freshman Kevin Hogan is making a late push, trying to make it a three-man race.
Shaw said he expects to make a decision on who will start the season opener against San Jose State Aug. 31 by the end of next week. Read More
Coach David Shaw wants his next quarterback to be the kid who can execute his pro style offense under real-game pressure. He might find out who that is in San Francisco this weekend.
The Cardinal and White spring game at Kezar Stadium on Saturday might be the best opportunity to see how the five candidates vying to succeed Andrew Luck are able to perform in live-game situations before the Stanford football season kicks off in September. Read More