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Players React: Evan Moore

Wide receiver Evan Moore

Absent a sitting head coach, redshirt junior wide receiver Evan Moore sat down with The Bootleg yesterday immediately following the firing of Walt Harris. Moore opens up on the relationship he had the last two years with his head coach, and what he hopes for Stanford Football's next leader. Moore explains why Bob Bowlsby inspires confidence - and a greater probability of Moore returning next year.

Evan, you have been through four head coaches athletically here at Stanford, by my count.  What's that like for you emotionally and psychologically? "I'll go ahead and give you the answer that you might expect.  It kind of teaches you that that's not the constant when you're playing college sports.  What is the constant is your teammates and the institution where you are at.  I don't want to... Recommended Stories

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