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Chicago Tribune
NCAA's graduate-transfer rule has altered the college football landscapeThe date is May 24, 2011. The venue is Nakoma Golf Club in Madison, Wis. Bret
NCAA's graduate-transfer rule has altered the college football landscape
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
The date is May 24, 2011. The venue is Nakoma Golf Club in Madison, Wis. Bret Bielema steps away from his ball to take a phone call. He pumps his fist. It won't become official for another month, but he has just reeled in a quarterback who will... Read more
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The Mercury News
Stanford football: Hard work pays off for Stanford's JonesDaily News Staff Writer Sacrificial work paid off for Stanford inside lineback
Stanford football: Hard work pays off for Stanford's Jones
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
Daily News Staff Writer Sacrificial work paid off for Stanford inside linebacker Craig Jones. Cardinal football coach David Shaw awarded Jones, who has two years of eligibility remaining, a scholarship on Thursday. When Shaw made the announcement to... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Stanford football: Hard work pays off for Stanford's JonesDaily News Staff Writer Sacrificial work paid off for Stanford inside lineback
Stanford football: Hard work pays off for Stanford's Jones
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
Daily News Staff Writer Sacrificial work paid off for Stanford inside linebacker Craig Jones. Cardinal football coach David Shaw awarded Jones, who has two years of eligibility remaining, a scholarship on Thursday. When Shaw made the announcement to... Read more
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The Daily Review
Stanford football: Hard work pays off for Stanford's JonesDaily News Staff Writer Sacrificial work paid off for Stanford inside lineback
Stanford football: Hard work pays off for Stanford's Jones
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
Daily News Staff Writer Sacrificial work paid off for Stanford inside linebacker Craig Jones. Cardinal football coach David Shaw awarded Jones, who has two years of eligibility remaining, a scholarship on Thursday. When Shaw made the announcement to... Read more
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CBS 6 Richmond
Stanford football walk-on gets scholarship, has priceless reactionSANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif. — When you think of walk-ons in college sports you t
Stanford football walk-on gets scholarship, has priceless reaction
CBS 6 Richmond / Posted 2 days ago
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif. — When you think of walk-ons in college sports you think of the underdog like ‘Rudy’ for example. Walk-ons are the unheralded non-scholarship players who practice with the team, but don’t get to play as often as... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Man involved in standoff appears in courtThe man who used a baby as a shield in a standoff with Wausau Police went to co
Man involved in standoff appears in court
WAOW Wausau / Posted 2 days ago
The man who used a baby as a shield in a standoff with Wausau Police went to court this afternoon. David Shaw was charged today with disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer. Police were called to the scene Wednesday night on a possible... Read more
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Mashable
Stanford football walk-on gets scholarship, reaction melts your heartWalk-ons are the unheralded heroes of college sports, players who bust their ta
Stanford football walk-on gets scholarship, reaction melts your heart
Mashable / Posted 2 days ago
Walk-ons are the unheralded heroes of college sports, players who bust their tails in practice every day just like the big stars but never play any meaningful minutes and have to pay their own way through school. This even holds true at Stanford,... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Hard work and perseverance pays off for a senior walk-on playerA roar erupted after Thursday's practice when Stanford head coach David Shaw an
Hard work and perseverance pays off for a senior walk-on player
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
A roar erupted after Thursday's practice when Stanford head coach David Shaw announced that senior walk-on inside linebacker Craig Jones had received a scholarship. Jones immediately was mobbed by his teammates. "I had no idea that was coming," said... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
This season will show whether FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is a great coachTALLAHASSEE — Jimbo Fisher sees mountains as metaphors. Maybe it comes from bei
This season will show whether FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is a great coach
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
TALLAHASSEE — Jimbo Fisher sees mountains as metaphors. Maybe it comes from being raised a coal miner's son in West Virginia. It's the Mountain State. When Fisher faces a challenge, he sees Appalachia. “I don't ever sustain,” he said. “Go back down... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
This season will show whether FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is a great coachTALLAHASSEE — Jimbo Fisher sees mountains as metaphors. Maybe it comes from bei
This season will show whether FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is a great coach
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
TALLAHASSEE — Jimbo Fisher sees mountains as metaphors. Maybe it comes from being raised a coal miner's son in West Virginia. It's the Mountain State. When Fisher faces a challenge, he sees Appalachia. “I don't ever sustain,” he said. “Go back down... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Officials: SWAT team called in for multiple reasonsThe Marathon County SWAT team was called to a four hour standoff in Wausau on W
Officials: SWAT team called in for multiple reasons
WAOW Wausau / Posted 3 days ago
The Marathon County SWAT team was called to a four hour standoff in Wausau on Wednesday night. Police say 41-year-old David Shaw used an 8-month-old baby as a shield as he surrendered to authorities. Officers from the Wausau Police Department were... Read more
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The Advocate
Flood of material a good problem to have on The Revivalists’ new CDNew Orleans rock ’n’ roll band The Revivalists were ready when they went into t
Flood of material a good problem to have on The Revivalists’ new CD
The Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
New Orleans rock ’n’ roll band The Revivalists were ready when they went into the studio to record the new album “Men Amongst Mountains.” They had so many songs that they needed a dry-erase board to keep lists of definites, strong maybes, long shots... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Paly grad Anderson among Stanford football captainsPalo Alto High grad and outside linebacker Kevin Anderson is among six Stanford
Paly grad Anderson among Stanford football captains
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 3 days ago
Palo Alto High grad and outside linebacker Kevin Anderson is among six Stanford football players who have been named captain for the 2015 season, which begins Sept. 5 at Northwestern. Joining Anderson are offensive guard Joshua Garnett, cornerback... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Terps notebook: Jefferson set to return from injuryMaryland coach Randy Edsall has been waiting to see defensive tackle Quinton Je
Terps notebook: Jefferson set to return from injury
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
Maryland coach Randy Edsall has been waiting to see defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson's ascension during the first three years of his career. Jefferson displayed his potential when he started all 13 games as a sophomore in 2013 and recorded three... Read more
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Western Advocate
The pillars of our communityA PROJECT has been designed to recognise the lives of local residents who playe
The pillars of our community
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
A PROJECT has been designed to recognise the lives of local residents who played major roles in the development of the Bathurst. A cultural heritage garden in Peace Park will centre around 20 cast iron pillars originally taken from the rear of the... Read more
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Washington Post
As Maryland’s fall camp nears end, position battles enter crunch timeMaryland’s Brendan Moore, middle, does reverse lunges as Ryan Doyle, left, and
As Maryland’s fall camp nears end, position battles enter crunch time
Washington Post / Posted 5 days ago
Maryland’s Brendan Moore, middle, does reverse lunges as Ryan Doyle, left, and Andrew Zeller look on Aug. 18. Moore, who’s in a battle to start at center, has been reading philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche each night before bed as “a release.”... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Terps see 'light at the end of the tunnel'COLLEGE PARK — With its Sept. 5 season opener against Richmond creeping closer,
Terps see 'light at the end of the tunnel'
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
COLLEGE PARK — With its Sept. 5 season opener against Richmond creeping closer, Maryland held its final practice open to the media Tuesday afternoon. After Saturday's open scrimmage, coach Randy Edsall said he and his staff have a better idea of how... Read more
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CBS Sports
Pac-12 Preview: Predicting league's best players and coach for 2015With Oregon established as a perennial contender on the national level and the
Pac-12 Preview: Predicting league's best players and coach for 2015
CBS Sports / Posted 5 days ago
With Oregon established as a perennial contender on the national level and the Pac-12 South touting one of the deepest divisions in all of college football, the left coast will spend another fall making its argument as the new premier conference in... Read more
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CBS Sports
2015 Pac-12 Expert Picks: Overrated, underrated, predicted order of finishCBS Sports asked our college football staff to lay it all on the line ahead of
2015 Pac-12 Expert Picks: Overrated, underrated, predicted order of finish
CBS Sports / Posted 5 days ago
CBS Sports asked our college football staff to lay it all on the line ahead of the season, calling out each of their most overrated and underrated teams, projecting each division's order of finish and making a bold prediction that will stay with them... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Quarterbacks impress at Stanford's annual open houseThe quarterbacks spread the football around Saturday during Stanford's annual o
Quarterbacks impress at Stanford's annual open house
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
The quarterbacks spread the football around Saturday during Stanford's annual open practice at the Elliott Practice Field. Thirteen players caught at least one pass as quarterbacks Kevin Hogan (8-of-11), Keller Chryst (7-of-11) and Ryan Burns... Read more
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Business Wire
Registration Opens for September 22 CPE Webinar on the Proposed 2016 GAAP TaxonomyThe webinar will feature FASB Chief of Taxonomy Development Louis Matherne, FAS
Registration Opens for September 22 CPE Webinar on the Proposed 2016 GAAP Taxonomy
Business Wire / Posted 9 days ago
The webinar will feature FASB Chief of Taxonomy Development Louis Matherne, FASB Supervising Project Manager-XBRL Donna Johaneman, FASB XBRL Project Manager David Shaw, FASB XBRL Assistant Project Manager Vickie Lusniak, and Kimberly Earle of the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Scarlett brothers team up at StanfordPaul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming co
Scarlett brothers team up at Stanford
The Mercury News / Posted 9 days ago
Paul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming conflict: One son playing football for Cal, another playing for Stanford and no way for both parents to be in two places at once. "We thought we'd have to split up," Suzy... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Scarlett brothers team up at StanfordPaul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming co
Scarlett brothers team up at Stanford
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 9 days ago
Paul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming conflict: One son playing football for Cal, another playing for Stanford and no way for both parents to be in two places at once. "We thought we'd have to split up," Suzy... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Scarlett brothers team up at StanfordPaul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming co
Scarlett brothers team up at Stanford
Oakland Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
Paul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming conflict: One son playing football for Cal, another playing for Stanford and no way for both parents to be in two places at once. "We thought we'd have to split up," Suzy... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Scarlett brothers team up at StanfordPaul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming co
Scarlett brothers team up at Stanford
Inside Bay Area / Posted 10 days ago
Paul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming conflict: One son playing football for Cal, another playing for Stanford and no way for both parents to be in two places at once. "We thought we'd have to split up," Suzy... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Scarlett brothers team up at StanfordPaul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming co
Scarlett brothers team up at Stanford
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 10 days ago
Paul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming conflict: One son playing football for Cal, another playing for Stanford and no way for both parents to be in two places at once. "We thought we'd have to split up," Suzy... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Scarlett brothers team up at StanfordPaul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming co
Scarlett brothers team up at Stanford
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 10 days ago
Paul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming conflict: One son playing football for Cal, another playing for Stanford and no way for both parents to be in two places at once. "We thought we'd have to split up," Suzy... Read more
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CBS Sports
Cost of attendance results: The chase to legally pay college playersFootball Bowl Subdivision (FBS) schools are budgeting more than $73 million for
Cost of attendance results: The chase to legally pay college players
CBS Sports / Posted 10 days ago
Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) schools are budgeting more than $73 million for new cost of attendance expenses that range from under $1,000 per scholarship to more than $6,000, according to a CBS Sports survey examining the costs of the additional... Read more
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The Mercury News
Scarlett brothers team up at StanfordPaul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming co
Scarlett brothers team up at Stanford
The Mercury News / Posted 10 days ago
Paul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming conflict: One son playing football for Cal, another playing for Stanford and no way for both parents to be in two places at once. "We thought we'd have to split up," Suzy... Read more
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The Daily Review
Scarlett brothers team up at StanfordPaul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming co
Scarlett brothers team up at Stanford
The Daily Review / Posted 10 days ago
Paul and Suzy Scarlett fretted during the holiday season about their looming conflict: One son playing football for Cal, another playing for Stanford and no way for both parents to be in two places at once. "We thought we'd have to split up," Suzy... Read more
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Western Advocate
Council will not appeal kennelDevelopers of the Dunkeld Pet Kennel hope it will be open for business by Easte
Council will not appeal kennel
Western Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
Developers of the Dunkeld Pet Kennel hope it will be open for business by Easter next year now all legal avenues have been exhausted. NO APPEAL: Bathurst Regional Council. DEVELOPERS of the Dunkeld Pet Kennel hope it will be open for business by... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Jerry Dumas: Summer afternoons in ‘that magic kingdom’On those warm summer afternoons in the 1970’s and ‘80s, you could turn in betwe
Jerry Dumas: Summer afternoons in ‘that magic kingdom’
Greenwich Time / Posted 11 days ago
On those warm summer afternoons in the 1970’s and ‘80s, you could turn in between the stone pillars on Orchard Street and drive up the long, straight, shaded drive. If you took a right fork, you would pass the pond on your left, and then the ground... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Five Canadians to watch in NCAA football this yearFire up those Saturday night lights, another wild season of college football is
Five Canadians to watch in NCAA football this year
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 11 days ago
Fire up those Saturday night lights, another wild season of college football is almost upon us. While Canadian sports fans are anticipating the start of the college basketball season to see some familiar faces in the NCAA, there should be some... Read more
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Covers.com
Stanford wants to pick up where it left off in 2014 -PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Stanford is determined to bounce back in a big way after a
Stanford wants to pick up where it left off in 2014 -
Covers.com / Posted 12 days ago
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Stanford is determined to bounce back in a big way after a season of disappointment. The Cardinal is expected to be much better offensively and could challenge Oregon for the Pac-12 North Division crown. Stanford finished 8-5 in... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Stanford looks to get back to the ground in 2015STANFORD (AP) — Stanford built one of the most successful programs in the count
Stanford looks to get back to the ground in 2015
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 12 days ago
STANFORD (AP) — Stanford built one of the most successful programs in the country over the past few years with a fairly simple formula: The Cardinal dominated the trenches with physical lines and a powerful running game so well that they made it to... Read more
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Queensland Times
Club Maroochy on a roll in pennants competitionCLUB Maroochy continued its unbeaten run in the Sunshine Coast men's pennants w
Club Maroochy on a roll in pennants competition
Queensland Times / Posted 13 days ago
CLUB Maroochy continued its unbeaten run in the Sunshine Coast men's pennants with a 12-shot win against Club Kawana in last Saturday's round four at Club Maroochy. With three ends to play Club Maroochy held a slender five-shot break but repelled... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Stanford looks to get back to the ground in 2015 AP News | 08/17/15 10:19 am STANFORD, Calif. (AP) -- Stanford built one of t
Stanford looks to get back to the ground in 2015
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 13 days ago
AP News | 08/17/15 10:19 am STANFORD, Calif. (AP) -- Stanford built one of the most successful programs in the country over the past few years with a fairly simple formula: The Cardinal dominated the... Read more
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Denver Post
Christian McCaffrey, Stanford look to get back to the groundSTANFORD, Calif. — Stanford built one of the most successful programs in the co
Christian McCaffrey, Stanford look to get back to the ground
Denver Post / Posted 13 days ago
STANFORD, Calif. — Stanford built one of the most successful programs in the country over the past few years with a fairly simple formula: The Cardinal dominated the trenches with physical lines and a powerful running game so well that they made it... Read more
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Daily Herald
Stanford looks to get back to the ground in 2015STANFORD, Calif. -- Stanford built one of the most successful programs in the c
Stanford looks to get back to the ground in 2015
Daily Herald / Posted 13 days ago
STANFORD, Calif. -- Stanford built one of the most successful programs in the country over the past few years with a fairly simple formula: The Cardinal dominated the trenches with physical lines and a powerful running game so well that they made it... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Stanford football bolstered by three new recruitsWhile the Stanford football team will open the 2015 season with a new secondary
Stanford football bolstered by three new recruits
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 13 days ago
While the Stanford football team will open the 2015 season with a new secondary following the loss of last year's starters, help is on the way following the commitments of two standout cornerbacks. The best of the group may be four-star recruit... Read more
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Long Beach Press-Telegram
Stanford looks to get back to the ground in 2015STANFORD, Calif. (AP) � Stanford built one of the most successful programs in t
Stanford looks to get back to the ground in 2015
Long Beach Press-Telegram / Posted 13 days ago
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) � Stanford built one of the most successful programs in the country over the past few years with a fairly simple formula: The Cardinal dominated the trenches with physical lines and a powerful running game so well that they made... Read more
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The Daily Review
Stanford football: Trio of running backs to share load for CardinalDaily News Staff Writer Stanford's sophomore running back Christian McCaffrey
Stanford football: Trio of running backs to share load for Cardinal
The Daily Review / Posted 13 days ago
Daily News Staff Writer Stanford's sophomore running back Christian McCaffrey is getting a lot of preseason hype. After watching McCaffrey run wild during Saturday's open practice at Dan Elliot Practice Field, he deserves every bit of it. McCaffrey,... Read more
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Covers.com
Stanford WR Rector suspended indefinitely -Michael Rector was good bet to be a starting wide receiver for Stanford in its
Stanford WR Rector suspended indefinitely -
Covers.com / Posted 14 days ago
Michael Rector was good bet to be a starting wide receiver for Stanford in its opener against Northwestern, but things changed on Sunday, when head coach David Shaw announced that Rector has been suspended indefinitely. Stanford said only that... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
One week down, plenty of work still left for the CardinalThe Stanford football team finished its first week of preseason practice on Sat
One week down, plenty of work still left for the Cardinal
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
The Stanford football team finished its first week of preseason practice on Saturday with a lively contact session in 95-degree heat overseen by a full officiating crew from the Pac-12 Conference. Fifth-year senior quarterback Kevin Hogan looked... Read more
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Western Advocate
What has the Dunkeld court case cost Bathurst Regional Council?THE legal bill for Bathurst Regional Council’s failed bid to block construction
What has the Dunkeld court case cost Bathurst Regional Council?
Western Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
THE legal bill for Bathurst Regional Council’s failed bid to block construction of a new kennel and cattery at Dunkeld has already topped $110,000 – with more to come. THE legal bill for Bathurst Regional Council’s failed bid to block construction... Read more
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NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalk
Stanford indefinitely suspends likely starting WR Michael RectorWhether or not Stanford has one of its top passing-game threats when it opens t
Stanford indefinitely suspends likely starting WR Michael Rector
NBC Sports: CollegeFootballTalk / Posted 14 days ago
Whether or not Stanford has one of its top passing-game threats when it opens the 2015 season on the road against Northwestern remains to be seen. Saturday, David Shaw announced that Michael Rector has been suspended from his football program for... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Stanford coach Shaw suspends WR RectorStanford >> Stanford wrapped up the first week of training camp Saturday with a
Stanford coach Shaw suspends WR Rector
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
Stanford >> Stanford wrapped up the first week of training camp Saturday with a rare public practice and several personnel updates from coach David Shaw. Not all of them were encouraging for the Cardinal. Junior receiver Michael Rector, a potential... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Coach David Shaw suspends Stanford receiver Michael Rector "It's really good to be out here," said Scarlett, who is eligible to play thi
Coach David Shaw suspends Stanford receiver Michael Rector
Inside Bay Area / Posted 15 days ago
"It's really good to be out here," said Scarlett, who is eligible to play this season under the NCAA's graduate transfer rule. "It has been an interesting transition, but it's been pretty... Read more
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The Mercury News
Coach David Shaw suspends Stanford receiver Michael Rector "It's really good to be out here," said Scarlett, who is eligible to play thi
Coach David Shaw suspends Stanford receiver Michael Rector
The Mercury News / Posted 15 days ago
"It's really good to be out here," said Scarlett, who is eligible to play this season under the NCAA's graduate transfer rule. "It has been an interesting transition, but it's been pretty... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Coach David Shaw suspends Stanford receiver Michael Rector "It's really good to be out here," said Scarlett, who is eligible to play thi
Coach David Shaw suspends Stanford receiver Michael Rector
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 15 days ago
"It's really good to be out here," said Scarlett, who is eligible to play this season under the NCAA's graduate transfer rule. "It has been an interesting transition, but it's been pretty... Read more
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