Ostrander talks with The Bootleg about both the positives and negatives seen through three weeks of this Stanford offense in spring practices. The big hurdles are mental, with a new playbook and a demanding head coach in Walt Harris who is also the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Additionally, learn some of the details of how the Stanford passing game has changed in 2005 for the quarterback.
T.C. Ostrander Scout Profile
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