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State of Stanford: Oregon State Week

No. 88 may not be 100 percent until bowl season

Most Stanford headlines have dealt with Kevin Hogan, the team's new starting quarterback. There's a lot more happening with David Shaw's ballclub, though. Here's a look at the injury situation, Stepfan Taylor's record chase, and more.

Injury Report - Patterson's Progress Wide receiver Ty Montgomery saw his first action following an apparent knee injury suffered October 6 against Arizona, but Jamal-Rashad Patterson is expected to start ahead of him again this week. Shaw hinted that Montgomery, whose injury has not been disclosed, may not be back to 100 percent health until Stanford's bowl game. He is not expected to return...

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