Found November 01, 2011 on College Football Talk:
With a huge showdown against Oregon looming in a couple of weeks, Stanford could be without the services of one of Andrew Luck‘s most reliable targets in the passing game. The Cardinal announced Monday that tight end Zach Ertz will most likely miss at least two weeks due to what’s being described as a lower-leg…
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