The news cycle for Stanford football never ends -- at least this month. AJ Tarpley and Henry Anderson have announced their intentions to return for a fifth year, while the school's big recruiting official visit weekend begins now. Meanwhile, the 2014 schedule has been released. There's good news and bad news on that front.
There were questions surrounding the defense entering the month of November, particularly along the defensive front, where Ben Gardner had gone down for the season. Henry Anderson's return helped Stanford overcome adversity and post another November to remember. Here are grades for the unit.
(Eds: Updates with quotes, details.) By ANTONIO GONZALEZ AP Sports Writer Until he sacked Oregon's Marcus Mariota last week, teammates had teased Henry Anderson for his lack of flair following big plays.
''Goose,'' as Stanford players nicknamed him after he went scoreless in the ''Madden NFL'' video game his freshman year, got caught up in the...
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November 13, 2013
Week 6 of college football is here and with it come tons of phenomenal matchups between some of the best NFL prospects in college football. Here are the top notch battles that this week has to offer.
Bishop Sankey v. Stanford Front 7: Shayne Skov, Ben Gardner, Henry Anderson, and Trent Murphy are just some of the names that lie in the talented Stanford front. Sankey, one...
The Bootleg remains on top of Henry Anderson's injury situation, while Mike Sanford joins for a discussion regarding the Stanford offense. Tight end receiving production disappeared Saturday, but he expected it. See why.
Henry Anderson in 2010, Jordan Watkins in 2012, and Arrington Farrar in 2015. In a five year span, Stanford will have gotten three of the top prospects in the state of Georgia and they all played at Woodward Academy…
Defensive linemen Henry Anderson and Jordan Watkins and punter Alex Robinson are all current Stanford players from Woodward Academy (College Park, Ga.). Defensive end Julian Jenkins is also an alum of both schools. Arrington Farrar has the opportunity to continue this rich pipeline when he announces on Friday, but first, we break down his film.
Stanford defensive end Henry Anderson is the talk of early fall camp because of his massive new 295-pound frame. He played last season in the upper 270s, but is attack this 2013 season with new physicality and vigor. He joined The Bootleg Radio along with QB coach Mike Sanford.