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The Final Pieces to the Puzzle

Running back Tyrone McGraw

Not long ago, it looked like Stanford would close the books on their 2006 recruiting class safely before Signing Day. But four recruits remained on the board Tuesday with their stories yet to conclude. That leaves us a lot on our plates to update for you today on Signing Day: an offensive tackle, a defensive tackle, a guard and a running back. Hold onto your socks while we take you on a ride...

Signing Day drama is nothing new to Cardinalmaniacs™.  Take these events that closed in the final 24 hours before Stanford's press release hit the wires with their recruiting crop: 2000:  Defensive back Oshiomogho Atogwe was given a scholarship and admitted to Stanford as an 11th hour addition to the class.  A complete surprise that underwhelmed and disappointed most observers, Atogwe turned...

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