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STANFORD CARDINAL
KELLI ANDERSON
August 10, 2011
The pros claimed a lot of key figures, but Stanford held on to perhaps the most important one. That Luck-y break could propel it even further in 2011
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August 10, 2011

Stanford Cardinal

The pros claimed a lot of key figures, but Stanford held on to perhaps the most important one. That Luck-y break could propel it even further in 2011

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LT JONATHAN MARTIN SENIOR

The man nicknamed Moose and his fellow All-Pac-10 first-team selection David DeCastro will be the 0-line's only veteran starters, and as the lineman assigned to protect the quarterback's blind side, Martin may be the most important returnee not named Luck.

RB STEPFAN TAYLOR JUNIOR

He broke out in 2010 with 1,137 rushing yards, at Stanford second only to Toby Gerhart's 1,871 in 2009. Taylor also became just the second back in Cardinal history to rush for 100 yards in five straight games.

SS DELANO HOWELL SENIOR

The former SuperPrep All-America at running back switched to defensive back in '09. His 60 tackles and a team-high five interceptions landed him on the All-Pac-10 second team last season.

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