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How Stanford used virtual reality to make their QB play better

Stanford employed a virtual reality headset this offseason to give quarterback Kevin Hogan lifelike reps even when he was off the field. Check out the details and learn about some of the other hardest-working teams in college football in the video above.

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Johnny Manziel Has Elbow Soreness. It's Not Too Early To Set Odds On His Replacement

And, even we say his replacement, we mean, the Cleveland Browns are definitely drafting a new quarterback when Johnny Manziel comes up short. This Elbow Soreness news is just a reminder that it’s not going to work out in Cleveland for Johnny Football. 537 more words

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College Football Approaches

It’s that wonderful time of year when the weather is warm and every coach, player, fan and alumnus senses a bowl game in their future. The college football season is almost here. 1,160 more words

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2015 Pac-12 Conference Preview

The Pac-12 Conference almost made the leap to the top Power 5 league in our preseason ratings this year.  At number two, the Pac-12 was just a few tenths of a point behind the perpetual powerhouse known as the Southeastern Conference.  5,469 more words

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2015 Stanford Football Preview

Even with last year’s relative slip from their recent standards, Stanford has been one of the most consistent teams both in record and in adhering to their identity in the David Shaw/Jim Harbaugh era.   1,081 more words

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College Football Top 25 Preview No. 18: Stanford Cardinal

Regular Season Records: 7-5, 10-2, 10-2, 11-1

SRS Rankings: 20, 5, 9, 6

Talking Point: Jim Harbaugh built Stanford. David Shaw kept the good times rolling, with a 25-4 record in the Pac 12 his first three seasons. 306 more words

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Pac-12's 2015 starting quarterback class may rank with its best

BURBANK, Calif. — For all the talk about facility investments and recruiting rankings, it’s not hard to figure out why the Pac-12 is in the midst of a golden era. 1,459 more words

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