Without precedent for 12 seasons, Stanford football is searching for another lead trainer.

David Shaw, Stanford's mentor beginning around 2011 reported he was venturing down on Sunday, a day after the Cardinal finished up a 3-9 season.

Notwithstanding, one of those three successes came at Notre Lady in mid-October in one of the additional dazzling surprises in all of school football in 2022.

Shaw carried Stanford to levels they hadn't seen for a long time after Jim Harbaugh began the Cardinal circle back from 2006-2010.

Shaw's run at Stanford finishes up with a 96-54 by and large imprint. Notre Woman fans most likely won't miss him and his heavy look on the sideline,

generally in light of the fact that Shaw's 6-5 detriment for the Irish records for almost 50% of Stanford's unsurpassed successes in the contention.

Here is a brief glance back at Notre Lady's 11 all-time gatherings with Shaw and Stanford.

In what I'd call a generally failure of an every year competition game, Shaw unquestionably carried this game to a level or importance that it hadn't recently seen.

Shaw's most memorable game against Notre Lady came in the 2011 customary season end.

Possible first-generally NFL draft pick Andrew Karma tossed for 233 yards and four scores in Stanford's 28-14 win that wasn't so close as the last score demonstrated.

The 2012 conflict between two of school football's most actual groups finished in an objective line represent the ages by Notre Woman. 

The Irish remained undefeated with a rebound triumph to best the Cardinal 20-13 in extra time.