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Thomas, Debniak, Brown, Stephens, Terrell, Zychlinski Reach Deals
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David Shaw rejoins NFL Network as guest analyst
Rose Bowl Live: Stanford vs. Wisconsin
Follow the game from gostanford.com's live blog from Stanford Stadium
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Cardinal ready for Wisconsin
Rose Bowl Edition of Inside Stanford Sports Airs Tonight
Pac-12 Coach of the Year David Shaw welcomes DE Henry Anderson, TE Zach Ertz & P Daniel Zychlinski 8-9pm at Gordon Biersch Palo Alto and KNBR 1050
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Cardinal vs San Jose State
Fiesta Bowl Practice 12/28/2011
2012 (5TH-YR SENIOR):Leader and mentor for the specialists delivered his finest season...recorded 66 punts for 2,846 yards and a 43.1 average - fifth-best in school history...averaged 45.5 yards per punt with a 54 yarder and two inside the 20 against Wisconsin in a Rose Bowl victory...played the game of his career at No. 1 Oregon, averaging 45.7 yards including 58- and 62-yard punts...limited Ducks dynamo De'Anthony Thomas to two return yards on six punts...placed five punts inside the 20-yard line and three inside the 10 at Oregon...was the holder on a wet field in Eugene for Jordan Williamson's game-winning field goal...punted for a 45.3 average in the victory over Oregon State, with a long of 51 yards and two of three punts inside the 20...crushed all four punts for more than 50 yards in the win vs. Arizona...placed three of five punts inside the 20 at Cal...hit career-long 67-yarder vs. No. 2 USC...placed his final punt against the Trojans on their 11-yard line to set up a long field...earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention...recipient of the team's Phil Moffat Special Teams Award, along with Jarek Lancaster and Drew Terrell.
2011 (SENIOR): Served as the backup punter to David Green...also was the holder on place kicks...punted three times for 94 yards (31.3)...all of his punt attempts came at USC when Green was forced to the sideline with injury...worked well with first year long-snapper Andrew Fowler and kickers Jordan Williamson and Eric Whitaker...Stanford kickers combined to make 17-24 of their field goal tries and 68-71 of their point after attempts.
2010 (JUNIOR): Was Stanford's starting punter for the first 10 games of the season before giving away to David Green for the final three contests...punted 24 times for 1,003 yards (41.8)...landed eight balls inside the 20-yard line...had four punts of 50 yards or more, including a season-long 64-yard effort at UCLA.
2009 (SOPHOMORE): Saw action in two games to earn his first varsity letter...punted one time for 44 yards against San Jose State on Sept. 19...punted three times for 109 yards at Oregon State...had a career-long 46-yard effort against the Beavers...landed two balls inside the opponent's 20-yard line.
2008 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from King High School in Tampa, Fla...ranked as the No. 2 punter in the nation by Kicking.com and was No. 9 according to Scout.com...earned first team All-Western Conference honors as a senior in 2007 after being named to the league's second team the previous season in 2006...was the punting champion at Urban Meyer's Kicking Camp in 2007...averaged a school record 40.5 yards per kick on 33 punts as a senior and pinned opponents inside their 20-yard line six times...averaged 40.1 yards on 45 punts with seven inside the opponents' 20-yard line as a junior...majoring in psychology while also pursuing the same for his master's degree.
Punts: 4, three times; last at Arizona State, 2019
Punt Yards: 159 at Oregon, 2010
Long: 64 vs. Wake Forest, 2010