Crowd-Pleasing Scrimmage Nets 77 Live Plays
Center and left tackle highlight position battles; competition and development for 15 practices kicks off Feb. 25
Stanford rallies in the fourth quarter once again this season to win the 2012 Pac-12 Championship, 27-24 over UCLA
Patterson gains perspective while excelling on the field
Follow the game on gostanford.com's live blog from Stanford Stadium
2012 Season in Photos
No. 17 Stanford vs. No. 7 Notre Dame
Nunes threw for a career-high 360 yards and two touchdowns and ran for three more scores.
Stanford trio stand out in strong overall performance
2012 (SOPHOMORE): Promising young back made his mark in the running back rotation in his first year of collegiate action...made his first big impression on a 35-yard reception vs. Duke - a nifty display of running after the short catch...scored his first career touchdown on a one-yard carry in the second quarter at Colorado...carried five times for 15 yards in the Big Game win at Cal...amassed a career-high 24 yards rushing on five carries at UCLA - all fourth-quarter action after Stepfan Taylor finished for the game...added kickoff return duties the second half of the season...returned five kickoffs in the final four games for a 23.0-yard average...picked up 58 yards on two returns at No. 1 Oregon, including a 36-yard burst on the opening play of the game...returned UCLA's first kickoff 31 yards in the Pac-12 Football Championship Game.
2011 (FRESHMAN):Did not see action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from Bishop Dwenger High School in Fort Wayne, Ind....played for head coach Chris Svarczkopf...four-star recruit as listed by Rivals and Scout.com...ranked as the 16th top running back prospect in the nation by Rivals and 20th by Scout...ranked as top recruit in Indiana by Rivals.com...three-year letterwinner...rushed for 2,100 yards and 34 touchdowns as a senior after tallying 2,049 yards and 40 rushing TDs as a sophomore...finished his career as school's all-time career leader in rushing yards (4,730), touchdowns (85) and points (516)...also holds Bishop Dwenger's single-season records for touchdowns (40 in 2009) and points (250 in 2009)...led Bishop Dwenger to a Class 4A runner-up finish as a senior...Summit Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a senior...three-time, first team all-conference running back...earned Associated Press all-state honors as a junior and senior...also earned all-league marks as a defensive back in 2008...named to Fort Wayne News-Sentinel's Prep Sports All-Area team...National Army All-American Combine participant...Offense-Defense All-American Bowl participant...also lettered in basketball and baseball... finalist for the Franklin D. Watkins Award which recognizes an exceptionally talented African-American male athlete for outstanding academic and community achievements...four-year Bishop Dwenger scholar...National Achievement Scholarship semifinalist...parents are Remound and Debra Wright...father played football at Western Michigan from 1976-80...born in Pittsburgh, Pa....full name is Remound Willis Wright III.