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Stanford Stories August 23, 2015

Here are Today’s best Stanford Cardinal links from around the web.

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247 Sports reports that Stanford Man Richard Sherman is one of the most charitable athletes in the world.

The Marin Journal interviewed Stanford Athletic Director Bernarnd Muir about a variety of topics including the O'Bannon case, cost of attendance, and student -athlete welfare measures.

The Daily Democrat takes a look at the players Stanford will use to win the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball.

Stanford Women's soccer went to Hawaii and secured a 2-1 victory.

Scout recaps the Cardinal scrimmage that was open to the public, and the ambiguity of Michael Rector's suspension.

David Lombardi of ESPN also recapped the scrimmage and talks about the position battles still up for grabs.

Freshman running back Bryce Love scored a 65-yard touchdown run during the scrimmage while several other freshmen are under consideration for playing time this season as well, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

The Stanford Daily's Pac-12 Student Media Poll, and unsurprisingly voters are high on Oregon and USC.

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