David Shaw’s Coaching Tree and History

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David Shaw
Head Coach at Stanford

5-2
(0.714%)
Last Game: W 49-7 Oregon



David Shaw has Coached at Stanford Since 2011
69-19
(0.784%)

Grading Stanford Football
2013
A+
11-3
2014
B
8-5
2015
A+
12-2
2016
A-
10-3
2017
A-
5-2


David Shaw’s Coaching History
2017 Stanford Season 5-2
2016 Stanford Season 10-3
2015 Stanford Season 12-2
2014 Stanford Season 8-5
2013 Stanford Season 11-3
2012 Stanford Season 12-2
Alma Mater: Stanford

True Hiring Score (THS)
89/100

*David Shaw’s hot seat conversations start around 70
David Shaw was preceeded by Jim Harbaugh at Stanford 6.6 seasons ago

David Shaw Career Coaching Record
69-19
(0.784%)
See the David Shaw Coaching Tree Below

2017 Stanford Football Season: 5-2 (Expected: 9.8 wins | Grade: A-)

225
Week 8 W 49-7 Oregon
175
Week 7 W 23-20 Utah
150
Week 6 W 34-24 Arizona State
130
Week 5 W 58-34 UCLA
30
Week 4 L 20-17 San Diego State
60
Week 3 L 42-24 Southern California
127
Week 2 Bye
126.7
Week 1 W 62-7 Rice

2016 Stanford Football Season: 10-3 (Expected: 10.3 wins | Grade: A-)

380
W 25-23 North Carolina in the Hyundai Sun Bowl
380
Week 14 Did not play for Conference Championship
380
Week 13 W 41-17 Rice
375
Week 12 W 45-31 California
275
Week 11 W 52-27 Oregon
260
Week 10 W 26-15 Oregon State
245
Week 9 W 34-10 Arizona
225
Week 8 L 10-5 Colorado
300
Week 7 W 17-10 Notre Dame
275
Week 6 L 42-16 Washington State
325
Week 5 L 44-6 Washington
375
Week 4 W 22-13 UCLA
275
Week 3 W 27-10 Southern California
175
Week 2 Bye
175
Week 1 W 26-13 Kansas State

2015 Stanford Football Season: 12-2 (Expected: 9.2 wins | Grade: A+)

500
W 45-16 Iowa in the Rose bowl
450
Week 15 Bye
450
Week 14 W 41-22 Southern California
375
Week 13 W 38-36 Notre Dame
275
Week 12 W 35-22 California
230
Week 11 L 38-36 Oregon
380
Week 10 W 42-10 Colorado
380
Week 9 W 30-28 Washington State
360
Week 8 W 31-14 Washington
340
Week 7 W 56-35 UCLA
290
Week 6 Bye
290
Week 5 W 55-17 Arizona
290
Week 4 W 42-24 Oregon State
290
Week 3 W 41-31 Southern California
190
Week 2 W 31-7 UCF
190
Week 1 L 16-6 Northwestern

2014 Stanford Football Season: 8-5 (Expected: 9.62 wins | Grade: B)

155
W 45-21 Maryland
155
Week 15 Did not play for Conference Championship
155
Week 14 W 31-10 UCLA
55
Week 13 W 38-17 California
-45
Week 12 L 20-17 Utah
-35
Week 11 Bye
-35
Week 10 L 45-16 Oregon
-35
Week 9 W 38-14 Oregon State
-45
Week 8 L 26-10 Arizona State
-40
Week 7 W 34-17 Washington State
-40
Week 6 L 17-14 Notre Dame
-20
Week 5 W 20-13 Washington
-25
Week 4 Bye
-25
Week 3 W 35-0 Army
-25
Week 2 L 13-10 Southern California
Week 1 W 45-0 California-Davis
David Shaw’s True Hiring Score: 89/100

2016 Stanford Football Season: 10-3 (Expected: 10.3 wins | Grade: A-)

David Shaw’s 2016 Stanford Recruiting Class: Ranked 16 (Last year’s 2015 Stanford Class: 24)
2016 Stanford Season 10-3

2015 Stanford Football Season: 12-2 (Expected: 9.2 wins | Grade: A+)

David Shaw’s 2015 Stanford Recruiting Class: Ranked 24 (Last year’s 2014 Stanford Class: 13)
2015 Stanford Season 12-2

2014 Stanford Football Season: 8-5 (Expected: 9.62 wins | Grade: B)

David Shaw’s 2014 Stanford Recruiting Class: Ranked 13 (Last year’s 2013 Stanford Class: 51)
2014 Stanford Season 8-5

2013 Stanford Football Season: 11-3 (Expected: 8.8 wins | Grade: A+)

David Shaw’s 2013 Stanford Recruiting Class: Ranked 51 (Last year’s 2012 Stanford Class: 7)
2013 Stanford Season 11-3

2012 Stanford Football Season: 12-2

David Shaw’s 2016 Stanford Recruiting Class: Ranked 7
2012 Stanford Season 12-2

David Shaw has been the Head Coach at Stanford for 6.6 Seasons




The David Shaw Coaching Tree

Where does Coach Shaw rank among the best coaches in Football?
How old is David Shaw? 45 Years Old
How much money does David Shaw make? David Shaw Salary: $4,070,000
David Shaw’s Coaching Tree is what essentially got Coach Shaw to the Stanford coaching job in the first place. It will be interesting if Stanford fans ever turn on David Shaw in this cutthroat day in age of college football.

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    Sacha Heymann

    September 14, 2014

    David Shaw has got to be watching this USC BC game and thinking to himself… Ouch. I am a believer in Coach David Shaw but there seems to be a little trend here starting where he can’t win the big game. Rose Bowl loss to Michigan State, early loss to a USC team that we find out really isn’t that good, and now Notre Dame, Oregon, and UCLA coming up on the schedule could be trouble for Coach Shaw and his Cardinal.

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