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Defensive Backs Against the Wall

Football over for Wopamo Osaisai

The early story for Stanford in 2006 is the secondary, and it isn't pretty. Already facing thin numbers, the defensive backfield was up-and-down in 2005. Take away two seniors to graduation, a promising youngster now focusing on another sport, and your position coach now gone to the NFL... and the Card have some issues to address. Read on for these updates, plus a wealth of other Stanford Football news.

There was a good deal to please Stanford with its 2006 signing class.  While the spots were not stacked with blue chips, most positions of need were filled.  The Cardinal corralled their #1 running back recruit, #1 quarterback recruit, top two wide receiver recruits (plus others with promise), a cadre of offensive linemen, and defensive linemen/linebackers the coaches really liked.  The... Recommended Stories

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