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                        Stanford synchro finishes second in Florida

                        Backed by impressive scores across the board, synchronized swimming finished in a close second in Gainesville, Fla., last weekend. The Cardinal’s score of 81.0 came just three points short of first-place Incarnate Word’s 84.0, but well ahead of the University of Florida (49.0) and Lindenwood University (11.0).
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                        Women’s gymnastics finishes second at NorCal Classic

                        The No. 9 women’s gymnastics team built on a promising first meet of the season to finish second at the NorCal Classic in Davis, CA. Stanford competed against multiple Bay Area rivals, including San Jose State, No. 22 UC Davis, No. 23 Sacramento State, and first-place finisher No. 3 California.
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                        Coach Comparison: Shaw vs. Wilcox

                        Saturday marks the third iteration of the Big Game coaching matchup between Stanford’s David Shaw ‘94 and Cal’s Justin Wilcox. Shaw, a former Cardinal himself, has a 2-0 record against Wilcox. For a season in which the gap between the two teams is smaller than ever in recent memory, a breakdown of each coach is needed, as they both attempt to vault their respective teams into bowl game contention.
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                        Stanford in the NFL: Unsung heroes carry the load

                        Stanford alumnus Jake Bailey, the Patriots rookie punter, was in peak form against the Philadelphia Eagles this past Sunday. In what was a low-scoring, 17-10 victory, every play mattered. Bailey’s eight punts traveled an average of 47.6 yards and six of his punts landed within the 20-yard line. Three of his punts pinned Philadelphia’s offense within the six-yard line.
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