Jordan Williamson

Stanford Cardinal #19 - Kicker

  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 185
  • Seasons: SR

Stanford at Oregon State: From the Vault


A look at an historically important game for Stanford football against against the Beavers

From the Vault: Stanford-Utah 2013


Reliving Stanford’s last fateful trip to Salt Lake City.

From the Vault: Stanford-UCLA 2012


Looking back at a pair of high profile games that won Stanford’s first Conference championship under David Shaw.

Next Man Up: Replacing Stanford’s NFL Departures


A look at the likely replacements for Stanford’s seven NFL departures

BN's Preseason Pac-12 Q&A: Stanford Cardinal

Stanford has beaten UCLA seven times in a row, but has to replace most of its defense for 2015. Will the fresh talent maintain the their defensive dominance of recent years, or can UCLA finally get...

Bet against Stanford at your own risk

It takes faith to call Stanford a contender despite losing so much on defense, but each of the Cardinal's primary concerns -- run offense, defensive line play, secondary play, special teams -- have...

2015 Pac-12 Football: A Cardinal Q & A


Stanford fans I ran into last year worried about QB Kevin Hogan all of last season. Do the Rule of Tree writers agree? For an insider's perspective into this year's edition of football at Leland...

Is Phil Dawson going to be around next season?


The San Francisco 49ers are hosting their Pro Day on Friday, and the event includes two kickers and two punters. Kickers James Langord and Jordan Williamson, and punters Trevor Pardula and Ben...

Oppo Preview: What's Shaw's Deal?

The usually consistent Stanford program has stumbled this year. What happened?

Statistically Speaking: Utah at Stanford


Red and White will take on White and Red this Saturday, and it’s not only the uniforms that will have you seeing double. Stanford and Utah closely match up in a number of statistical categories. We...

Solving the Stanford Problem: A Retro-Diary


Rusty Ryan fills in for Tako and Tako Tuesdays with a retro diary of the Oregon-Stanford matchup. Oregon got its mojo back and Autzen exorcised some of its demons.

Trees Fall on Beavers


Another uninspired performance by the Beavers results in a 38-14 final that wasn't even that close.