Radio: Gaffney Discusses Stanford Return

Gaffney: a switch to No. 45 coming?

A former Stanford running back is also a future Stanford running back. Tyler Gaffney has decided to quit professional baseball to return for his senior season on The Farm. He joined David Lombardi on The Bootleg Radio.

Bootleg Radio: Tyler Gaffney Discusses Stanford Return
Tyler Gaffney averaged 6.1 yards per carry the last season he played football for Stanford. With all-time leading rusher Stepfan Taylor graduating, the Cardinal can use a back with every-down potential in 2013. With Gaffney, David Shaw's squad has added speed, power, blocking ability, and excellent hands out of the backfield. After a laborious decision, Gaffney's heart is with football now. Listen to hear more from the man himself.






David Lombardi is the Stanford Football Insider for The Bootleg and FOX Sports Next. Check him out at www.davidlombardisports.com. Follow him on Twitter: @DavidMLombardi.


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