Edwards is the heart and soul of this Stanford offense, and he wears his heart on his sleeve. The redshirt junior Cardinal quarterback spoke freely with reporters Saturday in the locker room after the 44-20 loss to Oregon. He is clearly disappointed, but Edwards is also clear about what he thinks is working and what is not working on offense for Stanford right now.
Trent Edwards Scout Profile
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