Stanford running back Jeremy Stewart was not in uniform during yesterday's practice.
Stanford running back Jeremy Stewart sat out Saturday's contest with UCLA due to an ankle injury.
Stanford RB Jeremy Stewart suffered an apparent ankle injury in last week's win over Sacramento State. He had five carries for 21 yards and a touchdown before limping off the field. He is questionable for this weekend's showdown with UCLA.
Yesterday's game didn't give any indication if anyone in the Stanford backfield is going to emerge as a viable fantasy option this season. Jeremy Stewart started and had five carries for 21 yards and a touchdown.
Stanford RB Jeremy Stewart is leading the race to replace Toby Gerhart. His ability to pass protect is what is giving him the edge right now. The 6-foot-1, 218 pound senior averaged 6.3 yards per carry during an injury plagued 2009 campaign.
Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh said running back Jeremy Stewart "has separated himself in some ways as a pass protector and runner." Coach Harbaugh went on to say Stepfan Taylor "has been outstanding as well."