Duck fans, including Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens, speak about what it's like to be in Arizona for the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

Oregon Athletic Director Rob Mullens expresses his thoughts concerning the rumors about head football coach Chip Kelly leaving for a job in the NFL. One thing is clear, Mullens wants Kelly for the long haul.

Oregon superfans Qwakrz and Ducknut showcase their passion for the Ducks at Oregon's Fiesta Bowl pep rally at Salt River Flats in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Wednesday:

By Bryan Fischer, Senior correspondent for Pac-12 Networks
Updated January 2, 2013

PASADENA, Calif. -- There are few moments in sports as special as the Rose Bowl trophy ceremony. Amid cardinal and white confetti falling around the most famous stadium in college football, David Shaw embraced the moment Tuesday evening and shared the spotlight with a Stanford fan base that had been through thick and thin to reach it with him.

As he scanned the cheering crowd that was celebrating the Cardinal’s first win in the game since 1972, Shaw was all smiles in the wake of a 20-14 win over Wisconsin. There was one face however that he couldn't get past: his father Willie.

Stanford coach David Shaw had his emotions under control following the Cardinal's Rose Bowl win. Then he spotted his father...

The 66th United States Secretary of State, and prominent Stanford alumna, gives coach David Shaw a huge hug after the Cardinal's Rose Bowl win:

After several failed attempts in previous games, Stanford players finally doused head coach David Shaw with Gatorade in the final moments of Tuesday's Rose Bowl.

By Sam Strong, special to
Updated January 2, 2013

PASADENA, Calif. — Stanford completed its third consecutive double-digit win season on Tuesday when it edged out Wisconsin in the 99th annual Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio, 20-14.

To the casual observer, the Cardinal may have looked like the same team that appeared in BCS games in 2010 and 2011. But a closer look reveals this team won the Pac-12 in a much different fashion.

Stanford defensive players discuss their contributions to the Cardinal's Rose Bowl victory, including the the game-clinching interception.


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