That's Stanford’s senior running back Jeremy Stewart taking down freshman teammate Ty Montgomery in the endzone before he could have a chance to return an Oklahoma State kickoff. Montgomery probably should have kneed it in the first place, but Stewart's extremely lucky, especially in a bowl game, that the ball didn't cross the goal line on the attempted run-out...
Stanford’s senior RB Jeremy Stewart knows special teams.
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BREAKING CARDINAL RULE
Stanford’s senior RB, Jeremy Stewart was very adamant about teammate Ty Montgomery not taking the Oklahoma State kickoff return out of the end zone. In fact, he was so serious about it that he took matters into his own hands and turned into a defender. Stewart took Montgomery down with a tackle at the goal line, thus stopping any chance of a return past the 20-yard line. I’m...
In one of the more interesting plays of the bowl season, Stanford Cardinal Jeremy Stewart prevented his own teammate Ty Montgomery from crossing into the field of play during a kick return in the first half of the Fiesta Bowl:
(Courtesy of SB Nation)
Fifth-year senior Jeremy Stewart has emerged as Stanford’s primary short-yardage back,
often called upon in third and fourth down situations where the Cardinal has three or fewer yards
to gain. Stewart played that role to perfection Saturday against USC, bulldozing through Trojan
defenders for critical gains.