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  • Kentucky Wildcats Football: In or Out Perhaps Kentucky’s top two commitments took visits to other schools. CJ Conrad worked out for Ohio State and Alex Stump traveled across the country to check out Stanford, who has already offered him. At this point the two commitments seem pretty solid.
  • At Stanford, summer work goes beyond football STANFORD, Calif. — For most major college football programs, summer is a time for players to load up on classes and concentrate on conditioning for the upcoming season. Not at Stanford. Cardinal players are cashing in on a one-of-a-kind resource run by ...
  • Murder Case Against Stanford Man Set For Pretrial Hearing STANFORD — The murder case against a man accused of breaking the neck of a 59-year-old Stanford resident during a fight will move forward for a pre-trial hearing after a formal arraignment was waived Friday. Jerrill M. Alcorn’s attorney waived a formal ...
  • Stanford not slighted by 2nd-place Pac-12 pick LOS ANGELES — Stanford has played in four straight major bowl games and the past two Rose Bowls, building a resilient football power at an improbable place. The Cardinal's reward for all that consistency this week? They were picked to finish second ...
  • Stanford Water Plant Exceeds Water-Quality Standards in 2013 STANFORD — Stanford Water Works is one of 61 water treatment systems in Kentucky that consistently exceeded water-quality standards in 2013, according to the state Energy and Environment Cabinet. The Stanford treatment plant was recognized for ...
  • Toby Stevenson I also look forward to the challenge of helping the University of Kentucky track and field team win at the highest level." Stevenson, who previously worked under Floréal at Stanford from 2010 until 2012 - when the head coach took over at Kentucky - has ...
  • Stanford Coal Divestment Upsets Kentucky Senate Race The blow-back from Stanford University’s May 6 decision to become the first major university endowment to divest of the stocks of coal-mining companies may hurt the general election prospects of Kentucky Democratic Senate hopeful Alison Lundergan Grimes ...
  • Two More Upsets: Stanford Takes Kansas; Kentucky Fells Wichita St. The NCAA Tournament has produced another stunning upset: This afternoon, the Kansas Jayhawks joined Villanova as the second No. 2 seed to fall in the round of 32. Kansas lost to Stanford 60-57 on Sunday. SB Nation reports: "Once again, Kansas struggled to ...
  • Wichita State, Kentucky, Stanford, Kansas advance ST. LOUIS (AP) — The lasting impression for Cal Poly was Wichita State's diligence on the less glamorous end of the court. Even with just a so-so offense, the unbeaten Shockers cruised to a historic 35th win in a row largely because they never quit on ...
  • NCAA Final Four Recap (Stanford-Kentucky) Jeff Sheppard scored a career-high 27 points, including a key three-pointer and the winning free throw in overtime, leading Kentucky to an 86-85 victory over Stanford and a third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament championship game at San Antonio.
  • Kentucky Wildcats Football: In or Out Perhaps Kentucky’s top two commitments took visits to other schools. CJ Conrad worked out for Ohio State and Alex Stump traveled across the country to check out Stanford, who has already offered him. At this point the two commitments seem pretty solid.
  • At Stanford, summer work goes beyond football STANFORD, Calif. — For most major college football programs, summer is a time for players to load up on classes and concentrate on conditioning for the upcoming season. Not at Stanford. Cardinal players are cashing in on a one-of-a-kind resource run by ...
  • Murder Case Against Stanford Man Set For Pretrial Hearing STANFORD — The murder case against a man accused of breaking the neck of a 59-year-old Stanford resident during a fight will move forward for a pre-trial hearing after a formal arraignment was waived Friday. Jerrill M. Alcorn’s attorney waived a formal ...
  • Stanford not slighted by 2nd-place Pac-12 pick LOS ANGELES — Stanford has played in four straight major bowl games and the past two Rose Bowls, building a resilient football power at an improbable place. The Cardinal's reward for all that consistency this week? They were picked to finish second ...
  • Stanford Water Plant Exceeds Water-Quality Standards in 2013 STANFORD — Stanford Water Works is one of 61 water treatment systems in Kentucky that consistently exceeded water-quality standards in 2013, according to the state Energy and Environment Cabinet. The Stanford treatment plant was recognized for ...
  • Toby Stevenson I also look forward to the challenge of helping the University of Kentucky track and field team win at the highest level." Stevenson, who previously worked under Floréal at Stanford from 2010 until 2012 - when the head coach took over at Kentucky - has ...
  • Stanford Coal Divestment Upsets Kentucky Senate Race The blow-back from Stanford University’s May 6 decision to become the first major university endowment to divest of the stocks of coal-mining companies may hurt the general election prospects of Kentucky Democratic Senate hopeful Alison Lundergan Grimes ...
  • Two More Upsets: Stanford Takes Kansas; Kentucky Fells Wichita St. The NCAA Tournament has produced another stunning upset: This afternoon, the Kansas Jayhawks joined Villanova as the second No. 2 seed to fall in the round of 32. Kansas lost to Stanford 60-57 on Sunday. SB Nation reports: "Once again, Kansas struggled to ...
  • Wichita State, Kentucky, Stanford, Kansas advance ST. LOUIS (AP) — The lasting impression for Cal Poly was Wichita State's diligence on the less glamorous end of the court. Even with just a so-so offense, the unbeaten Shockers cruised to a historic 35th win in a row largely because they never quit on ...
  • NCAA Final Four Recap (Stanford-Kentucky) Jeff Sheppard scored a career-high 27 points, including a key three-pointer and the winning free throw in overtime, leading Kentucky to an 86-85 victory over Stanford and a third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament championship game at San Antonio.

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