Saturday Notes and Dorrell Video

Head Coach Karl Dorrell spoke to the media after practice on Saturday, talking about the team drills they did, what the focus is now that they're out of camp, how the offensive line is looking and more. The defense continues to look very focused in practice...

Saturday's practice was in pads and shorts, and was just about an hour and half.

Shannon Tevaga, the starting offensive guard, is now working with the 1s again.

Chris Joseph, the starting center, sat out with some discomfort from a hip flexor.

Fullback Trevor Theriot is only getting limited reps in practice, and running on the sideline. He's at the top of the depth chart at the position for Stanford with starter Michael Pitre out.

Running back Ryen Carew sat out with an issue in his left knee.

Defensive end Chinonso Anyanwu participated in practice.

Receiver Osaar Rasshan practiced with a red, no-hit jersey.

While quarterback Ben Olson does look more confident, he's still finding it hard to be successful agains the #1 defense. In the first play on an 11-on-11 against the #1 D, Olson threw a pick to Rodney Van, who jumped the receiver route.

Dorrell on Saturday --

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