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Stanford rules Henry Anderson out for Saturday

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03:52 PM ET 09.18 | The Stanford Cardinal will be without a key defensive player when they face their toughest test of the young season Saturday night. Senior defensive end Henry Anderson, 6-foot-6, 282 lb., injured his leg in Stanford's 34-20 victory over Army Saturday. According to the Sporting News, he will be out a "few weeks," meaning he will miss Stanford's showdown with the unbeaten Arizona State Sun Devils Saturday. Anderson has 10 tackles and a sack so far this season. According to Stanford head coach David Shaw, sophomore Aziz Shittu will likely see time in Anderson's place. As a junior, Anderson was named second-team All Pac-12 and to the first-team Pac-12 All-Academic team. He started all 14 games and recorded 50 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, six sacks and five pass breakups.

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September 18, 2013  06:56 PM ET

Interesting fact, both teams last game to the regular season, ND at Stanford.

Which team has the stamina to survive the long and treacherous road ahead!

"I know who"!

"Tell me Sir Van,, you sit at the Round Table,, you must speak your heart".

September 18, 2013  08:08 PM ET

so the fresh late-shift posts are just injury reports?

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September 19, 2013  07:55 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Interesting fact, both teams last game to the regular season, ND at Stanford. Which team has the stamina to survive the long and treacherous road ahead!"I know who"!"Tell me Sir Van,, you sit at the Round Table,, you must speak your heart".

No survival for you guys this week. Sparty coming to town.

 
September 19, 2013  09:23 AM ET
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No survival for you guys this week. Sparty coming to town.

That's the spirit!

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