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All.-Conf. Class of 2010 Rankings: Feb. 1

Can the Card keep Mr. West's love locked down?

At the end of November, the Card were No. 21 nationally and No. 4 in the Pac-10. This month, Stanford is holding steady at No. 4 in the league and No. 18 overall currently, but down to No. 6 in the league and the bottom of the Top 25 with any further attrition. (Not to mention No. 12 nationally and atop the league with Louis Young still in the fold.) Read on…

Based upon research which shows that 34 percent of five-star, 20 percent of four-star, 12 percent of three-star and 7 percent of two-star recruits to BCS schools make First or Second-Team All-Conference at some point during their college careers, The Bootleg is proud to present its All-Conference-based (ACB) recruiting rankings. In keeping with the above probabilities, each school receives seven...

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