October 11, 2010

A Break? Of Course Not…

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By The Daily Axe Staff
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We keep going and going and going… (Image by Nicole Marti via Flickr)

The Cardinal are off until Homecoming against the Washington State Cougars on October 23. But just because Stanford isn’t playing football, that doesn’t mean that The Daily Axe will be on a bye week. To give you an idea of what we’ll be doing in place of our regular game week lineup of content, expect the following:

  • More extensive coverage of other PAC-10 teams, especially notable upcoming opponents. So look for our coverage of Arizona and Oregon State, among others.
  • A look ahead to Stanford basketball
  • New features for The Daily Axe. We don’t want to give too much away, but we’ve been working on some really cool new presentations and content, and they may premiere between now and the Washington State game.
  • More podcasts. Last week posed some serious scheduling problems in terms of recording and publishing a podcast episode, but we’ll have a new episode this week and another for the following week.

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