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Stanford coach David Shaw's rise in coaching aided by time with Ravens - Baltimore Sun

A nice article by Matt Zenitz from the Baltimore Sun on David Shaw and his time with the Baltimore Ravens.

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Matt Zenitz of the Baltimore Sun . . .

"It's a rise for Shaw that has been aided by his time in the NFL, including as an assistant coach with the Ravens under Brian Billick from 2002 to 2005.

"That [Baltimore] stop for me was really a lot about understanding the business of football, as opposed to just X's and O's," Shaw said. "That's a really, really well-run organization, and I learned a lot from that."

A former Stanford wide receiver, the 42-year old Shaw's first coaching job was with Western Washington from 1995 to 1996 before he was hired as a quality control coach with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1997."

Read the rest of the article HERE