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Fierce battles in the trenches

It is a theme we have seen throughout the spring, but the defense once again held court Saturday as they kept the offense in check at the Spring Game. The offense struggled early as the front five adjusted to their new setting, but things clicked as the day progressed. And as promised, the depth chart has now been mapped out for the QBs...

Statistically, Stanford's final spring fling Saturday was underwhelming.  The offense, which has through the entire history of the program been the signature stamp of Stanford football, was inconsistent in all aspects of the game.  Passes were off the mark, either behind a receiver or over his head.  Receivers dropped passes.  The offensive line was very up and down, with an early emphasis on the...

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