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And Then There Were Five

Stanford finished Day Three of its 2007 spring practices with five players on the four-man defensive line. Jim Harbaugh says he is not panicked - these things can be stomached in April better than October. Despite the depth concerns, a pair of defensive linemen are standing out. The offense also had its victory, moving 70 yards in the two-minute drill at the end of the first day in full pads.

It began with former Stanford All-American and NFL Hall of Famer John Elway addressing the team, and it finished with a standout touchdown reception at the goalline. Saturday was a good day for Stanford Football. The first full-pads practice of the spring concluded with a two-minute drill, pitting the first team offense versus the first team defense.  It was the first mini-scrimmage of the...

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