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Offense improved in Sunday scrimmage

QB Brett Nottingham

If there's one positive from Sunday afternoon's scrimmage, it's that Stanford's offense has improved significantly over the course of the past four months. There's nothing spectacular yet about the unit missing Andrew Luck, but there are now semi-stable signs of proficiency coming from the group.

Here's a position-by-position breakdown of the offense on a sun-splashed Farm afternoon. Quarterbacks Recently, the physically imposing Kevin Hogan had played his way into the race, but he played his way right out of it today with several errant passes, many of them into coverage. So, we're right back to the original duel: Nunes versus Nottingham. Without beating around the bush, Brett... Recommended Stories

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