E:60 Feature "Band Of Brothers" Features Former Stanford Guard Andrew Phillips

Andrew Phillips is one of the many monster offensive lineman that Jim Harbaugh brought with him to Stanford to resurrect Cardinal football. The program began a huge turnaround that culminated in Phillips' final season with a 12-1 season and an Orange Bowl victory. It was great times for Phillips, who finished his senior campaign by earning honorable mention All Pac-10 for his accomplishments as one of the senior leaders of the Stanford O-line.

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However, perhaps the biggest thing he did in his tenure at Stanford was come out and support his brother when he needed him the most.  The Alaska plane crash that claimed Senator Ted Stevens last year also took the life of Andrew's father William "Bill" Phillips and seriously injured his brother William "Willy" Phillips. It took time for Willy to recover, and Andrew was right there with him to support him the entire way. Life is always about more than just sports.

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After the jump, watch the E:60 feature, "Band of Brothers." (If you're having trouble viewing the video, click here to watch it on the ESPN site.)

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