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Stanford Offense: A New Flexibility?

Kelsey Young

With possibly the deepest wide receiver corps in history set to work an experienced quarterback in 2014, should Stanford fans expect some tweaks in offensive approach? David Shaw provided some hints.

Follow @TheBootleg David Shaw and a New Flexibility?  Our fingers never stop flying across the keyboard at The Bootleg, and so we have even more David Shaw from the Bay Area Media Day last Wednesday. He talks about the importance of offensive flexibility – which should be music to many Booties’ ears – but then talks about the need to stick to a core identity a moment after, so your...

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