> People > Chris Owusu The latest news from Breaking news and expert analysis on college sports, recruiting, fantasy football, NFL, outdoors, military, and more. > People > Chris Owusu en-us Copyright © 2016 and All rights reserved. This website is an unofficial and independent source of news and information, and is not affiliated with any school, team or league. Mon, 08 Feb 2016 16:53:01 GMT > People > Chris Owusu RSS Engine v1.1 (Server:CAMWEB01) 60 Jets WR Chris Owusu in the league's concussion protocol Hot News for WR Chris Owusu 2047 Mark Morales-Smith Thu, 29 Oct 2015 02:11:15 GMT 0 532 Scout Fantasy fantasy No. 26: Concussed Society is hypocritical on the physicality inherent to football. As new research continues to detail the long-term impact of concussions and repeated impact to the head, football players, administrators and fans are coming to realize that the sport needs to be reformed, and already such attempts at reform are in place. 2047 Daniel Novinson Tue, 01 May 2012 20:10:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Scout Post-Notre Dame quick-hitter: Chris Owusu His senior year has been marred by a string of concussions, but as a key contributor from Stanford's program-changing 2008 recruiting class, wide receiver Chris Owusu's Cardinal legacy is deservedly intact. Following Stanford's 28-14 over Notre Dame, The Bootleg briefly caught up with Owusu to discuss the game and the Cardinal's dominance over its rivals. 2047 Andy Drukarev Mon, 28 Nov 2011 07:49:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Chris Owusu Scout From the Cheap Seats: Reasons to beat Oregon Let's face it: Everybody who hangs out here is pretty much worthless this week. If the U.S. economy depends to any significant extent on Stanford football fans, it is time to buy gold. None of us are going to be getting any work done this week. 2047 (Wyo)MizzouCard Fri, 11 Nov 2011 16:54:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Chris Owusu Scout Post-Oregon State: David Shaw Following Stanford's 38-13 victory over Oregon State, a somewhat-subdued David Shaw met with members of the media to discuss the Cardinal victory, preparing for Oregon, and another frightening injury suffered by Chris Owusu. Read on for the full transcript of Shaw's press conference. 2047 Andy Drukarev Sun, 06 Nov 2011 01:52:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford David Shaw Scout "Just For Kicks" w/ Aaron Mills The Stanford-Arizona game two weeks ago was a great example of one team's special teams crew doing its job and an opposing squad's ineptitude taking away any chance of keeping themselves in the game. While the Cats killed their own momentum with missed kicks left and right, Stanford brought its special teams A-game. The Bootleg's Aaron Mills reviews the Cardinal's solid effort down in the desert. 2047 Aaron Mills Fri, 30 Sep 2011 16:35:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Chris Owusu Scout Looking back, looking forward: Week 2 quotes We're trying a new format here, using last game's takeaways as a preview of today's game. Here, we've marked up our traditional postgame recap, and added in all the quotes from the Duke game to project what last Saturday means for Stanford's matchup today with Arizona – and beyond. 2047 Daniel Novinson Sun, 18 Sep 2011 00:22:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Jonathan Martin Scout "Just for Kicks" w/ Aaron Mills As we anxiously await the start of what should be another epic season for the mighty Cardinal, former Stanford punter/place-kicker Aaron Mills shares his recent conversation with Stanford's exceptional Special Teams Coordinator Brian Polian. There is no question that Coach Polian's units will have to outperform their own high expectations for the aspiring Cardinal to be all they can be in 2011. 2047 Aaron Mills Sat, 03 Sep 2011 03:20:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Scout Spring Kickoff Part I: News and Notes The field was wet. The air was cold. Spring, this was not, but the first practice of football's first session arrived regardless. The Cardinal is back and Stanford, as coach David Shaw never fails to mention, has unmet goals. Shaw called Monday's outing a good start, but would not go further than that—it was not "great," he was quick to clarify, but the seeds for such status were planted. 2047 Wyndam Makowsky Tue, 22 Feb 2011 15:50:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Gone in 8 seconds! Scout Notes and quotes: Arizona State week INJURY REPORT: After missing last week's game with an undisclosed injury, Johnson Bademosi will be practicing in full this week, confirmed Cardinal head coach Jim Harbaugh. Michael Thomas and a few reserves filled Bademosi's cornerback spot versus Arizona. 2047 Scott Cooley Thu, 11 Nov 2010 15:22:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Johnson Bademosi Scout "The Report Card-inal": Stanford 42, Arizona The Bootleg's Special Partner Dave Fowkes once again enjoys the painless undertaking of grading the 2010 Cardinal after yet another outstanding performance against the then-13th-ranked Wildcats of the U of A on Saturday. The Cardinal came to play and made them pay, rushing and passing their way over, around and through a proud, but pounded Cats defense. 2047 Dave Fowkes Wed, 10 Nov 2010 19:20:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford A big "W"! Scout "Just For Kicks" w/ Aaron Mills Still basking in the warm afterglow of Stanford's historic last-second upset victory over visiting "Southern Cal" (They really don't like it when you refer to them in that manner…so we do!), The Bootleg's Aaron Mills reviews the Cardinal's outstanding special teams performance and looks forward to Saturday's match-up with Washington State. 2047 Aaron Mills Tue, 19 Oct 2010 23:53:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Nate the Great! Scout USC week: Notes and quotes For the third consecutive week, Ryan Whalen was not listed on the "Probable Starters" page in Stanford's official game notes. Head coach Jim Harbaugh gave his proverbial "we'll see," when asked about Whalen's availability. Read on for more detail about the injury report, last week's officiating, this week's USC visit, and a tale of two halves. 2047 Scott Cooley Fri, 08 Oct 2010 19:20:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Derek hall Scout Personnel Preview: Stanford Offense A closer look at Stanford's starters and key offensive contributors. 2047 Tim O'Malley Wed, 22 Sep 2010 18:57:00 GMT 1 109 Notre Dame notredame Andrew Luck and Chase Beeler Scout Expert Analysis: Special Teams vs. Wake The Bootleg is proud to welcome Aaron Mills as a regular contributor to our popular "Expert Analysis" series. Aaron was a kicker and punter for Stanford from 1991-1994 and has stayed involved in the football business as a consultant to aspiring specialists and we are excited to gain helpful insights from his experience and perspective. 2047 Aaron Mills Mon, 20 Sep 2010 18:07:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Nate Whitaker kicks off! Scout Card nearly perfect, rout Wake 68-24 "From Owusu's second touchdown to pull Stanford ahead 14-7 to Baldwin's score to push the lead to 55-10, a stretch of play some two quarters and 13 drives long, Stanford was virtually perfect, with every offensive possession ending in a touchdown and every defensive possession ending in a stop (save for a single field goal allowed in a soft, end-of-half defense)." 2047 Daniel Novinson Sun, 19 Sep 2010 06:51:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford MT3 Scout T Minus-5: 8/30 Presser Notes Scott Cooley reports on a Monday press conference that ran the gamut. Jim Harbaugh covered starters, injuries, players' personalities, leadership roles, non-conference scheduling, playing time for freshmen and more... read on! 2047 Scott Cooley Tue, 31 Aug 2010 12:38:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Scout A "Cardinal Conversation" w/ Derek Mason (#3) This is the third and final segment of our extensive conversation with the Cardinal's first-year DBs coach Derek Mason. Read on to hear about his coaching influences, thoughts on the 3-4, his take on Alex Loukas at safety, on how the secondary will improve in '10, on the most challenging Card offensive players, and whether in his playing days he thinks he could start in his Cardinal secondary! 2047 Jim "Emeritus" Rutter Fri, 09 Jul 2010 16:26:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Derek Mason Scout USC Week: Notes & Quotes With a pivotal game against the Trojans looming, The Bootleg's Scott Cooley reports in from Tuesday's weekly media conference. Read on for various news updates and kibbles and bits surrounding "USC Week" Beat the Trojans! Let's keep the Coliseum streak alive! 2047 Scott Cooley Fri, 13 Nov 2009 17:34:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Who will be the next hero? Scout Interactive Q&A: WR/KR Chris Owusu Wide receiver/kick returner extraordinaire Chris Owusu speaks about Jimmy Clausen, recruits for Stanford and even volunteers to play defensive back in this week's "Interactive Q&A," courtesy Wyndam Makowsky. 2047 Wyndam Makowsky Thu, 12 Nov 2009 23:27:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford 77 yards and a cloud of dust! Scout "Report Card-inal" Stanford 51, Oregon 42 In a week when it is admittedly hard to be a "tough" grader, given the impressive overall team victory against Oregon, Dave Fowkes breaks the Stanford squad's performance down on a unit-by-unit basis. There is plenty of room for continued improvement as the increasingly confident, but focused Cardinal heads down to LA to take on the revenge-seeking Trojans. 2047 Dave Fowkes Thu, 12 Nov 2009 19:30:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford 77 yards and a cloud of dust! Scout Bill-Bashing Reprise We can't help ourselves, it may be Monday, but we want one more glorious day of enjoying the Cardinal's bowl eligibility-enabling win over Oregon. The team is already focused on the USC game on Saturday, but fans can relish this one for a bit longer. Scott Cooley reports further on Saturday's explosive offensive assault on the Pac-10-leading webfoots. 2047 Scott Cooley Mon, 09 Nov 2009 19:40:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Toby deserves a pat on the head Scout Cardinal among nation's statistical leaders Through five games, Stanford finds itself atop not only the Pac-10 standings, but also high on the NCAA leader boards in many key categories. Here's the breakdown of which Cardinal are having superlative seasons, and their chances of keeping it up as the schedule toughens. 2047 Daniel Novinson Mon, 05 Oct 2009 19:45:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Keiser Sacks-ay Scout Cardinal Powered by Ger-HEART! It was a dominating performance by the Cardinal on both sides of the ball and another highlight reel from special teams, as Stanford put together an impressively complete game against the formerly high-flying UW Huskies. Jake Locker was "locked" down by a fired up Cardinal "D" and Toby Gerhart once again showed his grit, power, and speed, dropping the "double c-note" on the disbelieving Dawgs! 2047 Scott Cooley Sun, 27 Sep 2009 08:06:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Guns of Steel Scout By-The-Numbers: Stanford By-The-Numbers is back, and ready to throw all of them right out the window after last Saturday's upset! The numbers didn't predict it, but then again, that's why they play the games. So now it's onto Stanford and their high-powered run game. What do the digit portend with this week's matchup? Check it out! 2047 Patrick Thrapp Thu, 24 Sep 2009 18:50:00 GMT 1 147 Washington washington PatThrapp, By-the-Numbers Scout Still More Notes & Quotes: UW @ Stanford With the somewhat surprising surge from UW, Saturday's match-up has attracted more than the usual amount of interest from the local media. The Bootleg's Scott Cooley was on the scene at Tuesday's jam-packed weekly press lunch and has another batch of comments from Coach Harbaugh, QB Andrew Luck, OT Allen Smith, and RB Toby Gerhart. 2047 Scott Cooley Thu, 24 Sep 2009 04:26:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford "Feeling very spry, very bouncy" Scout "Week Four": Washington @ Stanford This may well be a season-setting game for each team on Saturday as the halitosis-plagued, but at least temporarily #24-ranked Washington Huskies mush their way south to the supposedly "quiet confines" of Stanford Stadium to take on the respect-seeking Stanford Cardinal. The Bootleg's Scott Cooley was present for Tuesday's weekly press lunch and provides us with comments from coaches and players. 2047 Scott Cooley Thu, 24 Sep 2009 00:20:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Gone in 8 seconds! Scout A Very "Special" Home Opener Big plays, aggressive defense and special teams heroics marked an impressive win for Stanford in the third-annual "Bill Walsh Legacy Game". The spirited if outmanned Spartans came to play, but couldn't withstand a continuous onslaught of pigskin play-making by the Cardinal, who on put the "special" in "special teams" and pulled away from the sinister siblings of the South Bay in a solid 42-17 win. 2047 Andy Drukarev Sun, 20 Sep 2009 15:41:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Gatewood for the pick-six! Scout Arizona Photo Gallery Stanford battled a tough Pac-10 opponent in Arizona for Homecoming. The Cardinal had some heart-stopping highlights, including those of the unstoppable Toby Gerhart and Alex Loukas, that The Bootleg's photographer, Mark Godi, was on the sideline to capture for your enjoyment. 2047 Mark Godi Sun, 12 Oct 2008 22:00:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Alex Loukas Scout Front-Row View: Signing Day Jim Harbaugh spoke for 20 minutes on the 2008 class on Wednesday afternoon's Signing Day press conference. 2047 Daniel Novinson Thu, 07 Feb 2008 04:59:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Jim Harbaugh interviewed in Stanford Stadium Scout