Stanford Insider Show: Set for Camp

Kevin Hogan

The start of Stanford football training camp deserves its own talk radio show, so David Lombardi and Sam Fisher chime in with one from overseas this time.



This was certainly a first: In a break from our travels, Sam Fisher and I were able to record the pre-training camp edition of the Stanford Football Insider Show from some historic Czech Radio studios in Prague. This episode enjoyed the highest-quality microphones ever available to the show and one of the Czech Republic's best audio engineers.

Stanford players report to camp Sunday, so the final stretch of preparation before the 2014 season kicks off is here. We tackle the important issues leading up to it in this episode, including summer physical development of players and key Cardinal performance needs.






David Lombardi is the Stanford Insider for The Bootleg. Check him out at www.davidlombardisports.com and follow him on Twitter @DavidMLombardi.

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