"Established in 1989"
Forget any East Coast bias? Some of the biggest college football games of the 2013 season will be played on the West Coast this season. And Stanford football tickets are your invitation to catch it.
A lot of college football fans thought the Cardinal would take a step back, after former coach Jim Harbaugh and quarterback Andrew Luck left for futures in the NFL. But current head coach David Shaw has not skipped a beat, leading Stanford to two straight BCS bowl berths. Stanford best Wisconsin to win last season’s Rose Bowl and is among the favorites in the Pac-12 once again this year.
Sophomore quarterback Kevin Hogan, who emerged as a star last season, leads the Cardinal’s prolific attack that improved throughout last season. Hogan led the Cardinal to an upset of Oregon at Autzen Stadium. After taking over for injured quarterback Josh Nunes, Hogan took the Stanford offense to a new level. He finished his freshman’s season, passing for 1,643 yards with 10 touchdowns. He also rushed for 323 yards, adding another dimension to the already potent attack.
Stanford football tickets also provide a look at one of the best linebackers in the nation, versatile senior Shayne Skov. Skov led the Cardinal in tackles last season and will again anchor a talented unit that returns eight starters.
The pieces are all in place to punch Stanford’s ticket to the Rose Bowl. No one in America has a tougher end to their schedule than the Cardinal. On Nov. 7, Stanford hosts the high-flying, revenge-minded Oregon Ducks. The following week, the Cardinal travels to Southern Cal, before rounding out the regular season with home games against Cal and Notre Dame.
If Stanford survives that rugged finishing kick, the Cardinal will certainly be in the mix for a third straight BCS bowl berth.
As you can see, Stanford football tickets are loaded with big-time potential. This is a legitimate national championship contender with a national championship-caliber schedule. Buy Stanford Cardinal tickets and see for yourself.