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5 To Watch: Stanford Offense

Ryan Hewitt embodies the Stanford attack

A handful of key match-ups and Stanford offensive players to watch for in Saturday's contest against Notre Dame.

#1 -- QB Josh Nunes Andrew Luck's replacement is the focal point of Stanford's South Bend chances. As illustrated below, this is a Stanford offense loaded with talent. The offensive is NFL-big, the running back stable is deep, the tight end combination may be the country's best, and the receiving corp can make plays. If Nunes can't orchestrate the entire effort, though, all that talent will go to... Recommended Stories

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