1. Sons of Former NFL Players Stand out at Pro Day

    Representatives from all 32 NFL teams -- including the entire coaching staff of the Oakland Raiders -- were present for Stanford's pro day on Thursday.....

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  2. An Inside Look at Football's QB Revolution

    During NFL Combine week, downtown Indianapolis swells with little clandestine meetings, where seemingly innocuous details are discussed like matters of national security.....

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  3. Stanford Football: David Shaw Talks Cardinal, Harbaugh, Winston & More

    Bruce Feldman and Stewart Mandel talk Stanford on The Audible before Feldman interviews Cardinal coach David Shaw.....

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  4. Stanford Spring Football 2015: The Latest from the Farm

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  5. Stanford's Few Defensive Linemen Getting Plenty of Reps

    Both in size and numbers, Stanford's defensive line corps is as thin as it has been in recent years. In the first half of spring drills, it had only three healthy bodies.....

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  6. Shaw on Open Practice

    Stanford held its first open practice of the spring on a rainy Saturday morning, and Cardinal coach David Shaw was pleased with his team's effort.....

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  7. Offense Begins to Excite in Second Spring Practice

    In a rare, tumultuous bout of weather that belied the typical postcard image of sunny California, the Stanford football team took to the field again on Saturday for its second spring practice of the season amidst a steady downpour and even hail...

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  8. Stanford Has Questions on Right Side of Offensive Line

    There's clarity on Stanford's blind side. Kyle Murphy, the new left tackle, played the position in high school and needed just a handful of practices this week for it to "feel completely natural...

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  9. Spring Questions: Stanford Cardinal

    Spring practices end the retrospective glances of last season and begin the forward-looking process toward the next fall.....

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  10. Peek Picks Stanford

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  11. Hungry Stanford Football Team Begins Spring Practice

    Stanford opened spring practice Monday with a starkly different vibe from any the Cardinal has experienced in recent years.....

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  12. Stanford's David Shaw: 'Half This Recruiting Stuff Is Crap'

    David Shaw owns a 42-12 record as the head coach of the Stanford Cardinal. It isn't easy to win football games on “The Farm”, because of the schools stringent academic standards...

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  13. Biggest Shoes to Fill: Stanford

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  14. Justin Reid Ready to Blaze His Own Trail at Stanford

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  15. Is Cal Football Trying to Mimic How Stanford Recruits?

    Could Cal be trying to mimic Stanford's recruiting strategy of using academics to pull in football players from around the country?.....

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  16. Stanford Recruiting Bolsters Secondary

    Stanford coach David Shaw on Wednesday enthusiastically described all 22 players who signed letters of intent as part of another well-regarded recruiting class. He was slightly less eager to discuss a player who might be leaving the program...

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  17. Stanford Announces 2015 Recruiting Class

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  18. 3-Star Safety Reid Commits to Cardinal

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  19. Which 2015 Pac-12 Commit Will Make the Biggest Impact?

    It's signing day eve, which means that all of the recruits we've been talking about for the last year (or more in some cases) are getting ready to sign on the dotted line and officially become members of their future universities...

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  20. Approaching Signing Day: Lance Anderson on Evolution of Stanford Recruiting

    On Wednesday, as college football prospects nationwide formally celebrate the culmination of an arduous recruiting process, coaches who have put a tremendous amount of blood and sweat into the whole undertaking won't have much time to enjoy the party...

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  21. Timpview Defensive End Gabe Reid Commits to Stanford

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  22. Love Chooses Stanford

    Running back Bryce Love (Wake Forest, N.C./Rolesville) publicly announced his verbal commit for Stanford over North Carolina and Virginia Tech at a press conference this afternoon at his high school...

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  23. Hat Tip: Frank Buncom IV Chooses Stanford

    Watch the moment four-star recruit Frank Buncom IV, a defensive back from St. Augustine High School in San Diego, decided to commit to Stanford exclusively on Campus Insiders. .....

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  24. Campus Insiders Presents: The Frank Buncom IV Decision

    Four-star recruit Frank Buncom IV, a defensive back from St. Augustine High School in San Diego, commits to Stanford exclusively on Campus Insiders. Football analyst Doug Chapman breaks down Buncom's high school highlights and Scout...

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  25. Frank Buncom IV to Stanford: Cardinal Land 4-Star CB Prospect

    Cornerback Frank Buncom IV made his collegiate decision today, announcing that he will play for Stanford in the 2015 season. He discussed his reasons for choosing the Cardinal, via Ryan Bartow of 247Sports: 'My comfort level on campus...

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