Notre Dame rival head coach steps down after 12 seasons

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For the first time in 12 seasons, Stanford Football is looking for a new head coach. David Shaw, Stanford's coach since 2011, announced his retirement on Sunday, a day after the Cardinal finished a season 3-9. However, one of those three wins came at Notre Dame in mid-October in one of the most amazing upsets in all of college football in 2022.
Shaw took Stanford to heights they hadn't seen in ages after Jim Harbaugh initiated the 2006-2010 Cardinal turnaround. Shaw's run at Stanford ends with an overall score of 96-54. Notre Dame fans are unlikely to miss him and his powerful look on the sidelines, especially since Shaw's 6-5 record against the Irish accounts for nearly half of Stanford's all-time wins in the rivalry.
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Here's a brief recap of Notre Dame's eleven encounters with Shaw and Stanford. In what I would call another dud of an annual rivalry game, Shaw certainly helped push this game to a level or relevance it hadn't seen before.
2011: Lucky shots for four touchdowns in Irish takedown
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Shaw's first game against Notre Dame came at the conclusion of the 2011 regular season. Eventual first NFL draft pick Andrew Luck threw for 233 yards and four touchdowns in Stanford's 28-14 win, which wasn't as close as the bottom line suggested.
2012: Goal-line stand for ages
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The 2012 duel between two of college football's most physical teams ended in a goal-line stand for Notre Dame forever. The Irish went unbeaten with a comeback win to defeat the Cardinal 20-13 in overtime.
2013: Two late interceptions by Rees condemn Irish
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Notre Dame fell for the third consecutive year at Stanford in 2013 when Tommy Rees threw two interceptions in the fourth quarter, both of which were intercepted by Wayne Lyons. The win improved Stanford to 10-2 in the season while the Irish finally fell out of the rankings, falling to 8-4 overall.
2014: More last-minute exploits at Notre Dame
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For the second time in as many trips to South Bend, Stanford suffered a late heartbreak. Everett Golson struck Ben Koyack in the corner of the end zone with just over a minute left to give the Irish a 17-14 win over the Cardinal as Notre Dame improved to 5-0 on a miserable Midwest afternoon.
2015: Ultimate Irish Heartbreak
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Notre Dame knocked on the door of a college football playoff appearance in 2015 and seemed headed there when DeShone Kizer ran for a touchdown to put the Irish 36-35 by just 30 seconds.
One problem: The Brian VanGorder-led defense played a cushion defense that allowed Stanford to move down quickly, and Conrad Ukropina struck from 45 yards when time was up to end Notre Dame's playoff dreams to prepare.
2016: Unforgettable year for Irish with another loss to Stanford
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A 10-0 half-time lead wasn't enough for Notre Dame, as a 50-yard interception return from Quenton Meeks in the second half helped send Stanford to a 17-0 run and another win over the Irish.
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