David Fowkes is an expert on Stanford football for the Bay Area Examiner. Dave asked me if I we could exchange five questions each about the big game on Saturday. Click on his link because he could use a few page views over at his site.
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Game should be a little better. Howell has proved to be a excellent tackler. Senior Bo McNally is a great hitter. On the corners, Corey and Sherman Gatewood are improving but need to be better. It is a really athletic secondary which is great, but very unseasoned. Bottom line again, with a pass rush this secondary can be good but left on their own, is lots of yardage.
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Minimize is the key word. I think Stanford knows that shutting Locker down completely is a bit far fetched. That said, the best way to stop a quarterback is to hit a quarterback and Stanford has a pretty good defensive line i was reading this and some very good pass rushers on the end. Tom Keiser has just been added to the watch list for the Ted Hendricks Award (given to the best defensive end in the country) after index his three sack performance against San Jose useful reference State. Senior Erik Lorig also puts constant pressure on the quarterback from the other side. If Stanford can get pressure and force Locker to move or throw before he wants to, it will lighten the burden on the defensive backfield. Linebackers Chike Amajoyi and Clinton Snyder will need to use their speed to keep an eye on Locker scrambling out of the backfield.
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