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2015 Schedule
12-2, 1st in Pac 12 - North
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Highlights: Kyle Murphy

The Packers added more beef up front in Round 6, taking the former Stanford tackle. Check out some of Murphy's best highlights.

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Highlights: Kevin Hogan

The Chiefs added a quarterback in Round 5, grabbing Hogan out of Stanford. Check out some of his best highlights.

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Highlights: Blake Martinez

The Packers went with the former Stanford linebacker late in Round 4. Check out some of Martinez's best highlights.

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McShay scouting report: Austin Hooper

Todd McShay takes a look Atlanta's newest draft pick, Austin Hooper. What are the tight end's biggest strengths and weaknesses?

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McShay: Hooper could be latest Stanford stud TE (0:56)
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Kiper scouting report: Joshua Garnett

Get to know the newest 49er, No. 28 overall pick Joshua Garnett. Mel Kiper Jr. breaks down the former Stanford guard.

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The New York Cardinal?

If the Giants could, they would be well-served selecting the entire Stanford draft class. Eli Manning would help Kevin Hogan quite a bit in his development and two Cardinal offensive linemen could compete to start immediately in New York. If NFL teams could pick CFB teams (Insider)

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Will Hogan be somebody's hero?

The intelligence of Kevin Hogan is never in doubt, and neither is his work ethic. But are his shaky mechanics worth a late-round pick? Coaches rank QB crop

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QB candidate watch: Stanford

Who will fill Kevin Hogan's shoes? Both Keller Chryst and Ryan Burns appear ideal for the job, but the competition should run through the summer.

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Shittu still has a chance to be drafted

Aziz Shittu has a place on Jeff Legwold's list of non-combine players who could hear their name called at the draft. The Stanford product was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection with 14 tackles for loss in 2015, but is considered a run-down specialist at the next level. Combine snubs

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Many top West Coast and Pac-12 recruits take the recruiting process slower, so the lower number of ESPN 300 commits should not be alarming for fans at schools like Stanford, Oregon, UCLA and USC that normally finish high in the class rankings.

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The Pac-12 has 14 players committed in the initial ESPN 300: Stanford, 3, Oregon 2, UCLA 2, USC 2, Washington 2, Arizona 1, Arizona State 1 and Cal 1.

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David Shaw said that if there's no real separation between quarterbacks Keller Chryst and Ryan Burns heading into the season he wouldn't be opposed to playing both of the them and letting the competition stretch into the season. Stanford won't have much time to have QB struggles though, Cardinal open with Kansas State and then have a bye week before playing USC, UCLA then Washington.

Cardinal WR can flat out fly

Stanford's speedster is unquestionably Isaiah Brandt-Sims. The receiver recently broke a school record on a 4x400-meter relay team, and he's outrun teammates head to head. Fastest players on top-25 teams

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Bruins can't win against North's best

UCLA's struggles against the Pac-12 North's titans are well known. For the better part of the last decade, the Bruins haven't beaten either Oregon or Stanford.

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Hogan had taste of NFL style at Stanford

The 2016 draft class is full of prospects ranked as second-round or lower players whose metric reviews indicate they could make a big impact in the NFL. QB Kevin Hogan played in a pro-style offense at Stanford and was coached by David Shaw, who coached in the NFL for 10 seasons. Potential draft-day steals (Insider)

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Kiper: Garnett may be Pro Bowl-caliber OG (0:46)
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Versatile Christian McCaffrey entering junior season (2:24)

Watkins would be a joy to watch on TV

Jordan Watkins is a fifth-year senior who has some experience calling baseball games for the student radio station. If he can do play-by-play for a sport he doesn't play, imagine how good he could be at doing football on camera. Potential broadcasters on top 25 teams

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