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Fully Healthy, Rebuttal Issued

Hewitt is healthy and ready to go Saturday

Stanford's health entering its season opener is remarkable, as is the back-and-forth between the Cardinal and San Jose State entering the final scheduled edition of the Bill Walsh Legacy Game. We offer a glimpse into the workings of the Farm Boys' secondary, too.

Follow @DavidMLombardi Follow @TheBootleg The swelling in Stanford fullback Ryan Hewitt's bruised knee has finally subsided. That means there won't be a single player held out for medical reasons during the Cardinal's season opener versus San Jose State Saturday. "This is the first time I can remember [this being the case]," head coach David Shaw said after practice. Good fortune is... Recommended Stories

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