One thing I really hope to see this year is Barry Sanders carry the ball for Stanford. Through three games he only has one carry, but I'm hoping that by keeping him fresh, that if the other backs get banged up, he'll get some carries.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5djLHXt7gcI is his high school highlights.
His father went to school at OSU and son is from here. Thanks for info. We did not know he was at Stanford. I don't know how that news got past us.
I haven't seen his dad at games, but I suspect he will come if his son starts getting some playing time.
by R.Edwards 13 years ago
Pick your All-Star football team, skilled positions of all time. Here's mine: QB-Peyton Manning2nd string-Joe Montana3rd string-Troy Aikman (wanted to put Marino, but I can't put a legend at 3rd string). RB-Gale Sayers2RB-Jim Brown FB-Mike AllstotFB-Darryl "Moose" JohnstonTE-Kellen...
by morris V.carter 12 years ago
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