VIDEO: Kendricks on Stanford Offense
On a sped up week:
We don't have that extra 24 hours but its all about the maturity of the team, getting your body right and preparing for the next game. We changed the game clock a little from where we've started. But its a normal week from where we've started.
On Stanford's offense:
A lot of runs, a lot of power and some physicality up front. They do different things than everyone else. This is my fourth time playing them in three years, I know what to expect, so I'm trying to get the young guys on the same page and get ready.
On the biggest difference playing against Stanford's offense:
Anticipation and eye difference. A lot of film study and communication.
On why they've struggled against Stanford:
They've been a tough team throughout my career. They don't make mistakes and are a disciplined team. They're a physical team.
On if they'll play with a chip on their shoulder:
Absolutely, we've never beat them. I'm excited to play them.
On their last game against Stanford in 2013:
It was physical. Like any other game, but a little more so since it was Stanford. A lot of downhill runs and power.
On if the team has improved its physicality:
Our team is very physical, we like to move around and hit.
On if the win over USC gives them confidence:
Yes, every week we've gotten better and executed on Saturday's. Confidence is high right now.
On closing in on the all-time tackles list:
I tell everyone not to mention it, but I haven't heard anything.
On if he'll enjoy the success after the season:
I'll enjoy it later, look at my stats then, but play hard and at the end of the season look back on it.
On Stanford's running back:
Running back by committee is tough because you never know who's going to go off like that. Its always a challenge. It's nothing we haven't seen before so we're ready.
On how active Vanderdoes and Clark were against USC:
Extremely active. As a whole, our pass rush was awesome, and our run defense as well. They dont get a lot of credit, but its earned. Hats off to those guys.
On Kenny Young taking over for him next year:
He's done everything right this year, coming in as a freshman, its hard, especially in this conference. He's done a great job.
On how much he talks to him during a game:
All the time, but I mainly talk to him in practice. He listens to me and applies himself. He's going to be a great player.
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