Posted November 28, 2011 on stanford.scout.com
Stanford’s defensive line keyed a strong Cardinal defensive effort in their 28-14 win over Notre Dame on Saturday night. One of the defensive stars was Ben Gardner, who notched one of Stanford’s five sacks. After the game, The Bootleg caught up with Ben Gardner to get his thoughts on the victory and Stanford’s senior class.
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