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Stanford football wins, but is not happy about it

Original post made on Oct 25, 2010

It wasn't the crisp game Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh envisioned following a bye week, but he won't complain too much. After all, a win is a win no matter what you want to call it. The 12th-ranked Cardinal football team beat visiting Washington State, 38-28, in a Pac-10 contest Saturday, giving Stanford (3-1, 6-1) its best start since 1970, a year in which the school reached the Rose Bowl.

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Posted by J. M. Thomas
a resident of Stanford
on Oct 25, 2010 at 3:40 pm

Bademosi may have led the team in tackles with 8 but it seemed like he let at least 8 Cougar receivers get behind him with a large number resulting in Cougar receptions.
I hope he learns that a defensive back cannot let a receiver get between your goal line and the ball with him in the middle.


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