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Stanford 7, Army 6 (End of 1st)

Michael Rector has his first reception of college: a tipped, 26-yard touchdown. Stanford has 86 yards to Army's 64, with two long Army field goals keeping the cadets every bit in this one. After two three and outs, the Card used Tyler Gaffney and power to open up the D on their third drive, sucking up the defensive backfield and leading to the scoring strike.
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Stanford WRs trying to speed up learning curve

The deep passing game that has eluded Stanford could finally be rehabilitated this fall. Speedy wide receivers Ty Montgomery and Michael Rector each partially tore a posterior cruciate ligament last year. Both recovered without surgery and are expected to be the top deep threats for redshirt sophomore quarterback Kevin Hogan when the fourth-ranked Cardinal open the season against...
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