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Stanford Football: Offseason Update

Kevin Hogan hands off to Ricky Seale

Stanford's primary conditioning phase under Shannon Turley is here as the Cardinal fortify both lines of scrimmage with a talented crop of players. Meanwhile, David Shaw has some words for the SEC regarding that conference's eight-game conference schedule. Here's the full early May update.

Follow @DavidMLombardi Offseason Fireworks David Shaw stirred spirited discussion with his criticism of the SEC's adherence to an eight-game conference schedule, saying he was "more disappointed than surprised" that the conference was not moving to a nine-game format. Many believe that varying schedule structures can compromise the selection fairness of the new four-team playoff, which...

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