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  1. STOMP

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  2. Zalsa

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    Fisher coming back to the line might have saved UO's season... For now. Given how Stanford is playing on defense though I am very worried.
     
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    I actually believe that we are going to win against Stanford. We have dedicated much of the off-season getting bigger, more physical, and implementing passing schemes that we over-looked Arizona. Maybe the goal of the 3 man front early in the season was to get the lineman to learn how to play more physical and then bring the exotic blitzes during that game against Stanford?
     
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    Stanford's D is no joke but their offense is tragic and if we put pressure on Hogan our secondary could have a defensive epic evening! I also know that we should test Stanford's secondary and often!

    Our O line will have to bring its AAAAA+++++ game, if they do Marcus will light up Stanford!
     
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    I believe as well. The trick is not to lose to other teams while your dedicating pretty much the whole season to defeating one team.
     
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    Not sure on stanford...they rise to play against us.

    Also, I heard Stetzon Bair played o-line. Or was part of a jumbo package?
     
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    Well this why we play the game... lol

    It just seems to me that most of the changes done in the off season was geared to beat stanford.
     
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    Bair is a massive kid! 6'9 290, that's a lot to get around on the O line and that obstacle of a man may give Marcus the extra.05 of a sec he needs to thread the needle! Bair is a nice safety net to have in case of more unforeseen O line injuries.
     

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