1. Scout.com: Stanford Spring: Questions Answered?

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  2. Skov Holds NFL Workout

    Four-and-a-half weeks after suffering a hamstring injury that prevented him from participating in Stanford's Pro Day, Cardinal linebacker Shayne Skov worked out for NFL scouts on The Farm...

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  3. 5 Players Most Likely to Have Breakout Seasons in 2014

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  4. No. 21 Prospect Edoga Commits to Trojans

    The USC Trojans, after receiving a commitment from one of the top quarterbacks in the country, Ricky Town, back in January, got a commitment Monday from a player who is expected to protect Town's blind side -- offensive tackle Chuma Edoga...

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  5. 49ers Local Pro Day to Have Stanford Feel

    When the San Francisco 49ers hold their local pro day next Friday, 14 former Stanford football players will be in attendance, according to a source.....

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  6. Stanford Prospects Find Their Draft Stocks Falling

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  7. Stanford Football: Will QB Kevin Hogan Have a Breakout Year in 2014?

    Stanford QB Kevin Hogan led the Cardinal to a 2013 Pac -12 Championship, throwing for 2,635 yards and 20 TDs for the season ...

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  8. Ranking the Pac-12's Quarterbacks for 2014

    Every year, it seems the Pac-12 is home to some of the top quarterbacks in the nation. And it should be no surprise that narrative holds true in 2014, as the league possesses three potential All-American candidates this year...

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  9. Stanford Defense Strong in Spring Game

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  10. Sanders Has a Solid Game in Stanford Spring Contest

    Barry Sanders couldn't hide his enthusiasm after Saturday afternoon's Cardinal and White Spring Game at sun-splashed Stanford Stadium...

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  11. Stanford QB Kevin Hogan Talks Cardinal Football

    Stanford is coming off back-to-back Pac-12 football titles and much of the Cardinal's success can be attributed to quarterback Kevin Hogan.....

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  12. Spring Game Will Help Stanford Decide Lineups

    Spring practice has provided answers for Stanford on multiple fronts, with the offensive line standing as the greatest example: Despite losing four starters up front, the Cardinal has its quintet for 2014 essentially set...

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  13. Special Teams Emerges as Cardinal Specialty

    Despite a dominant defense and a thunderous running game, Stanford football's most successful unit last season might have been its special teams.....

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  14. BYU Picks Up Stanford WR Transfer

    A player who struggled to see the playing field at Stanford has decided to move on for an opportunity to do so elsewhere. .....

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  15. Right Guard Still a Question for Cardinal

    Given that Stanford has to replace four starters from its 2013 offensive line, remarkably few questions surround the unit. Andrus Peat, the lone returning starter, is cemented at left tackle...

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  16. Notes from Stanford practice

    For most of Saturday's open scrimmage, the Stanford defense looked every bit the part of the dominant unit it has been all spring.....

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  17. Offense Bounces Back, Pushes Past Defense in Open Practice

    After practicing through the rain during the previous week, the Cardinal football team was finally blessed with clear, warm weather for Saturday's open practice to kick off the week leading up to the Cardinal and White Spring Game...

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  18. Stanford Receiver Transferring to BYU

    Monday, coach Bronco Mendenhall announced that receiver Keanu Nelson, who played sparingly at Stanford the past three seasons, will join BYU's football team this fall...

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  19. Tarpley Remains the Staple in Stanford's D

    With linebackers Shayne Skov and Trent Murphy off to the NFL and defensive coordinator Derek Mason and inside linebackers coach David Kotulski off to Vanderbilt, change is inevitable for the Stanford defense...

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  20. Remound Wright to Miss Spring Game Due to Disciplinary Reasons

    Stanford RB Remound Wright will miss the second session of spring practice for a disciplinary reason. He will not play in the spring game...

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  21. Metrics Prove Ducks', Cardinal's Efficiency

    As you might be aware, Oregon and Stanford are in the midst of two very impressive runs having combined to appear in eight BCS bowls over the past five years.....

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  22. Stanford Backs Return to Committee

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  23. Stanford Football Back in Action

    David Shaw says that Stanford players are fresh and "chomping at the bit" after their longest break in nearly a year.....

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  24. DB Coach Akina Meets the Press

    David Shaw made one of the most universally-heralded hires of the offseason when he convinced legendary defensive backs coach Duane Akina to join the Stanford program as a replacement for Derek Mason...

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  25. Akina Settles in as Football Begins Second Spring Session

    Rising junior Dallas Lloyd, fresh off his transition from quarterback to safety late last season, has been getting a lot of advice from a pair of football giants this spring: Duane Akina and Richard Sherman '10...

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