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Luck opts to return to Stanford
Stanford band barred from traveling to road games  The University marching band will not be allowed to travel to road games for one year after an investigation found the band had violated school policies Stanford pitcher Mark Appel goes No. 1 overall in Draft  Houston selected the hard-throwing pitcher with the top choice in the Major League Baseball draft Thursday night Appel turns down Pirates, staying at Stanford  Highly touted pitcher Mark Appel spurned Pittsburgh and decided to remain at Stanford for his senior season SN125 OL Garnett picks Stanford  Joshua Garnett decided to stay in Pac-12 country after all. The Washington state native chose Stanford over Michigan 49ers hire Harbaugh


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Jul.13
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Jan.7
  Harbaugh is transforming Stanford to a 12-1 national-title contender from the 1-11 mess he inherited, by winning the Orange Bowl
Jan.6
  Quarterback Andrew Luck has decided to stay in college to get his degree instead of being the likely No. 1 pick in the NFL draft



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Sep.16
  The new, improved version of Stanford Stadium opened with a 37-9 defeat from Middies before 44,022 people
Aug.22 New Football Stadium Unveiled
  The University showed off its new $90 million stadium. It has fewer seats than the old one, about 50,000 spectators
Jan.11 Strip Club Scandal Hits Football Program  A lawsuit by a disgruntled employee revealed that players took recruits to a club using athletic department money

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Nov.26 Cardinal Fans Mourn Passing of Stadium
  There was plenty of camraderie and drinks to keep the tailgate parties going

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Dec.12 Pittsburgh Coach Harris is Stanford's Pick
  Athletic director Ted Leland made the offer after meeting with the university's president and provost Nov.30 Buddy Teevens fired  Athletic Director Leland has decided to look for a new football coach. Teevens was going 4-7 this season May.24 Johnson hired to replace Montgomery  Stanford will hire Nevada's Trent Johnson, a former assistant under Montgomery, as the new men's basketball coach May.21 Warriors give Montgomery 4-year deal
  Mike Montgomery, 57, left Stanford after 18 seasons as head coach to become the new coach of the Golden State Warriors
Mar.31 Childress will declare for draft  Forward will declare himself eligible for the NBA draft, but could still return




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SN125 OL Garnett picks Stanford  Joshua Garnett decided to stay in Pac-12 country after all. The Washington state native chose Stanford over Michigan 49ers hire Harbaugh




Stanford, Sports Business Football Timeline ... See Bay Area Football timeline, World Football timeline Top ^
2012
Jan.26
2011
Jan.7
  Harbaugh is transforming Stanford to a 12-1 national-title contender from the 1-11 mess he inherited, by winning the Orange Bowl
Jan.6 Luck opts to return to Stanford
  Quarterback Andrew Luck has decided to stay in college to get his degree instead of being the likely No. 1 pick in the NFL draft
2006 Dec.12 Stanford interviews Hauck  UM athletic director O'Day said that Hauck, who missed the taping of his coach's show, was on a recruiting trip Sep.16 New field can't help Stanford
  The new, improved version of Stanford Stadium opened with a 37-9 defeat from Middies before 44,022 people
Jan.11 Strip Club Scandal Hits Football Program  A lawsuit by a disgruntled employee revealed that players took recruits to a club using athletic department money 2004 Dec.12 Pittsburgh Coach Harris is Stanford's Pick  Athletic director Ted Leland made the offer after meeting with the university's president and provost Nov.30 Buddy Teevens fired  Athletic Director Leland has decided to look for a new football coach. Teevens was going 4-7 this season May.24 Johnson hired to replace Montgomery  Stanford will hire Nevada's Trent Johnson, a former assistant under Montgomery, as the new men's basketball coach



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2013 Jun.6 Stanford pitcher Mark Appel goes No. 1 overall in Draft  Houston selected the hard-throwing pitcher with the top choice in the Major League Baseball draft Thursday night 2012 Jul.13 Appel turns down Pirates, staying at Stanford  Highly touted pitcher Mark Appel spurned Pittsburgh and decided to remain at Stanford for his senior season



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2015 May.15 Stanford band barred from traveling to road games  The University marching band will not be allowed to travel to road games for one year after an investigation found the band had violated school policies 2006 Aug.22 New Football Stadium Unveiled
  The University showed off its new $90 million stadium. It has fewer seats than the old one, about 50,000 spectators
2005 Nov.26 Cardinal Fans Mourn Passing of Stadium  There was plenty of camraderie and drinks to keep the tailgate parties going 2004 May.21 Warriors give Montgomery 4-year deal
  Mike Montgomery, 57, left Stanford after 18 seasons as head coach to become the new coach of the Golden State Warriors




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2004 Mar.31 Childress will declare for draft  Forward will declare himself eligible for the NBA draft, but could still return