Scout Premium Content

Stanford Spring Game: A Defensive Affair

Peter Kalambayi led the defense statistically

Just as it had throughout most of spring practice, Stanford's defense again flexed its muscles in the spring game. The team's offense found some solid footing in the second half, but this day was about the players wearing the white uniforms. Here's The Bootleg's initial look back -- with much more coming.

Follow @DavidMLombardi The Stanford defense controlled most of the proceedings during Saturday's spring game, but the offense broke through with some success in the second half. Full statistics are posted below, along with reaction audio... Recommended Stories

  • Stanford returned to the friendly confines of Galvez and Sam MacDonald Mall last Friday night to face a highly touted quarterback backed up by a sub-standard defense. This turned out to be just the…

  • Has a runaway bride of a head coach found a long-term home in Tempe? Who will Arizona State start at quarterback this week? Why couldn’t Bruce Snyder build something resembling staying power there?…

  • Jameis Winston is causing headaches for Florida State. Could their headaches have been Stanford’s?

  • Dr. Roto believes Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry will overtake WR Brian Hartline as the team's No. 2 receiver sooner rather than later. Stay ahead of the curve with Dr. Roto!

  • The San Francisco Giants came out swinging in Game One of the 2014 World Series, scoring three times in the first inning and never looking back.

Up Next