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Stanford's defensive line will be tasked with slowing down Oregon's vaunted rushing attack and "relocating the line of scrimmage," according to Henry Anderson. He joins the Bootleg Radio show this week along with senior punter Daniel Zychlinski.
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(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By ANTONIO GONZALEZ AP Sports Writer Senior center Sam Schwartzstein and the rest of Stanford's offensive linemen gathered in a meeting room this week and watched one play from the win over Oregon State over and over again.
Schwartzstein wanted to remind them all what can happen when running back Stepfan Taylor has just a little bit of a block...
Q: What's, red, white and blue in the face? A: A Stanford football fan ranting on our premium boards. Anyway, Chase Thomas and David Shaw bring you some one-liners of their own and, yes, some insight too, as the Cardinal prepare for loaded, top-ranked Oregon.
Week 12 isn’t the strongest slate in the 2012 college football season, but the Pac-12 features a couple of matchups that could have national title...
Oregon has three obstacles between them and a BCS national championship berth. That first hurdle will be the defensive-minded Stanford Cardinal.