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Tackle Talk with Doug Sams

Assistant coach Doug Sams

There has been a good deal of emphasis given to the need to improve Stanford's offensive line, but Walt Harris before the spring highlighted the tackle spots as positions in great need of improvement. Through three-plus weeks of spring ball, we sit down with the man responsible for coaching that group: Doug Sams. He has comments on all six of his tackles, including who is making the biggest strides and where the competition is hottest.

Walt Harris made a point that the tackles needed to be a competitive position where Stanford upgraded this spring.  What's the progress report? The good news about the tackle position is that they're all back, a year older and a year wiser, hopefully.  This spring, we're looking for improvement.  We're looking for consistency.  We're really very much been pleased with Ben Muth and Chris...

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