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Spring Ball: Day Seven

Tailback Jason Evans

We are halfway through Stanford's 2006 spring practices, and Saturday provided an important test for the Cardinal in their first full scrimmage. It was an extended affair, with 121 plays. We have the full play-by-play of the most important day yet this year for Cardinal Football, revealing playmakers on both sides of the ball. This report is one you cannot afford to miss...

First, we should note who did not take part in the scrimmage.  Injured players wearing yellow jerseys held out of Saturday's action included: defensive end Pannel Egboh, tight end Michael Horgan, tight end Erik Lorig, nose tackle James McGillicuddy, strong safety Bo McNally (except for holding duties), defensive end Gustav Rydstedt, inside linebacker Mike Silva, outside linebacker Udeme...

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