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Stanford has made a name with football/baseball dual-sport talents, with success as a collegian and then more in the professional ranks. But even more unique than these rare athletes is a young man who can play on the offensive line on the turf and then dominate on the diamond. Geoff Schwartz is pushing to do just that in the Pac-10, and Stanford is at the center of his recruiting process...

There is no question that there has been the heaviest attention and excitement in this 2004 recruiting class on the offensive line, where Stanford is still working frantically to undo the damage left by the previous coaching staff.  After Kirk Chambers and Mike Sullivan graduate this year, there will be no offensive tackles more senior than the green 2002 recruiting class, and just one interior...

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