Stanford Vs. San Jose State: Postgame Press Conferences And Interviews

The No. 21 Stanford Cardinal were tested in their first game of 2012, beating the San Jose State Spartans 20-17 on Saturday.

After taking an early 14-0 lead, the Cardinal fought off a second half comeback by the Spartans and Jordan Williamson kicked a career-long 46-yard field goal that ended up being the game-winner. Ed Reynolds picked off San Jose State quarterback David Fales with just over a minute left to preserve the victory.

In his first game as the starter, Josh Nunes was 16/26 passing for 125 yards and a touchdown. Stepfan Taylor led the Cardinal in rushing with 26 carries for 116 yards and a score.

Here is video of the postgame press conference, with reaction from Taylor, Nunes, Reynolds and Head Coach David Shaw:

There is also video of on-field interviews with with Taylor, defensive player of the game Usua Amanam, Drew Terrell and Reynolds.

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