1. 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...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 6 months ago 41 reads 0 comments

  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Stanford Backs Return to Committee

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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. Could Gaffney Match LeGarrette Blount's Combination of Speed and Power?

    Tyler Gaffney is not an elusive runner, but he's still an effective one. The Stanford product (and recent minor league baseball player), is a classic one-cut runner with power and surprising speed that limits negative plays...

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  9. Stanford's Shaw Questions Union Movement

    STANFORD, Calif. -- Stanford coach David Shaw says he questions what's behind the union movement by Northwestern football players because everything they are asking for is already being provided by most universities...

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  10. Why 2014 Could Be a Monster Year for Barry Sanders at Stanford

    Remember when Barry Sanders committed to Stanford? It happened not too long ago, right? It was two years ago to be specific, though it feels more like yesterday...

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  11. Paige: John Elway Would Show School Spirit in All-Stanford Draft

    Will John Elway and the Broncos draft guard David Yankey in the first round, defensive end Trent Murphy second, inside linebacker Shayne Skov third, free safety Ed Reynolds fourth, ...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 6 months ago 40 reads 0 comments

  12. Combine-Snub Ben Gardner Surprise Star at Stanford

    All 32 NFL teams were represented at Stanford's Pro Day on Thursday, a testament to a Cardinal draft class that could prove the richest in school history.....

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  13. David Shaw: 'I Don't Coach Motivation' at Stanford

    The NFL pushed the draft back to May this year, and David Shaw thinks it's a good thing for everyone involved.....

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  14. Biggest Shoes to Fill: Stanford

    Starters in, starters out. That's college football. Players' eligibility expires and they leave for the rest of their lives, which might include the NFL or not. And they leave behind shoes of various sizes that need to be filled...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 6 months ago 52 reads 0 comments

  15. Scout.com: Stanford Moving Forward: Secondary

    The Bootleg's full seven-part series detailing the future of each and every Stanford position group is complete with this piece on the secondary.....

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  16. Dawkins Has Learned to Avoid Outside Pressure

    Johnny Dawkins' father once caught his son reading positive press clippings during the teen's junior year of high school and quickly put an end to it, with the harsh reminder that the words wouldn't always be so kind...

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  17. Who's on Stanford Football's Mount Rushmore?

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  18. Stanford Projected 2014 Depth Chart: Defense

    The 2014 season is still about six months away, but let's pretend that it's kicking off tomorrow. After watching a session of spring practice and learning about the Stanford team, here's ...

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  19. Stanford Projected 2014 Depth Chart: Offense

    The 2014 season is still about six months away, but let's pretend that it's kicking off tomorrow. After watching a session of spring practice and learning about the Stanford team, here's ...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 7 months ago 66 reads 0 comments

  20. Stanford Defense Looks to Remain Dominant Despite Losing Stars

    Stanford coach David Shaw loves to play the disrespect card. He frequently uses it as locker-room motivation. He grouses about it with the media...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 7 months ago 16 reads 0 comments

  21. Stanford Defense Looks to Remain Dominant Despite Losing Stars | SI.com

    STANFORD, Calif. -- Stanford coach David Shaw loves to play the disrespect card. He frequently uses it as locker-room motivation. He grouses about it with the media...

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  22. Stanford Spring Session One over

    David Shaw has ended the first session of Stanford's 2014 spring practice schedule with a bang. The defense turned in an excellent showing Saturday, but perhaps more importantly, highly ...

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 7 months ago 47 reads 0 comments

  23. Young Tight Ends Look to Expand Role in Offense

    For a college football team tied with UCLA and Wisconsin for the most tight ends currently on NFL rosters with four, Stanford football utilized its historically talented position very little last season...

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  24. Akina Leaving Texas to Join Stanford Defensive Coaching Staff

    Longtime Texas assistant Duane Akina has accepted an offer to be Stanford's new secondary coach, a source told CBSSports.com on Sunday...

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  25. Report: Stanford Hires DB Coach Duane Akina

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