If you're not quite ready to be productive yet, why not spend some time perusing these Stanford Football links, presented in no particular order. And don't think for a second that you're wasting time. After all, I've done all the leg work for you. All you have to do click, furrow your brow, and pretend like you're analyzing a spread sheet. You're welcome.
It's been clear for a while now that the New York Times loves the Mighty Card. Here's their latest love letter, a piece on Owen Marecic.
Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News grades the Cardinal's performance at Arizona State and looks ahead to Big Game.
Sophomore linebacker Shayne Skov has been turning heads, and not just because of his sweet mohawk. He just might be the most talented player on the Cardinal defense. Here's a nice profile from the San Jose Mercury News.
Scott Allen of Rule of Tree wrote a great piece last week in response to all the criticism Stanford fans have been getting for leaving empty seats at the stadium. The bottom line? There just aren't a lot of fans out there.
Albert Breer of NFL.com stuns the football world by discovering that Jim Harbaugh is a hot coaching candidate, even in the NFL.
Still smarting from their narrow defeat at the hands of the Oregon Ducks, the folks at California Golden Blogs point out that there seems to be a double standard with regards to illegal hits in college football. Offensive players who take cheap shots at defenders often do so with impunity.
Finally, the best for last. ESPN.com's Ted Miller has updated his bowl projections for the Pac-10, and he still thinks Stanford will find a way to make it to the Rose Bowl. Have we mentioned that we love Ted Miller?