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David Shaw on Stanford's First Scrimmage

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When you total up the passing efficiency, total yardage and touchdowns of Sunday's scrimmage, it is not surprising to see Stanford offensive coordinator David Shaw so excited about his side of the ball. He breaks down the players and performances position by position for us, including his biggest surprises as well as his concerns to address the next two weeks.

Can you first speak overall about the offense's execution and playmaking? "Overall, we were aggressive.  We were consistent to a point - it wasn't perfect; it wasn't all right - in the mode of offense of getting positive yards on every play.  We're trying to drill it into these guys' heads.  Every time we snap the ball, we want something positive to happen.  It doesn't always have to be a...

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