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A New Look: Open Practice Offense Report

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David Shaw saw enough balance at Stanford's only open scrimmage of fall camp to come away reasonably satisfied Saturday. Our comprehensive report breaks down everything to do with Kevin Hogan and co.

Follow @DavidMLombardi Follow @TheBootleg If a team's defense is stout, the offense may be seen as inept. But if the attack is strong, there will be worries that the defense is porous. Such is the maddening nature of any preseason intrasquad scrimmage. Anything positive translates into a negative somewhere else. Still, David Shaw saw enough balance at Stanford's only open scrimmage of...

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