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Stanford coach David Shaw provided one of the more entertaining moments on the Pac-12 teleconference on Tuesday when he ripped Washington coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff for accusing the Cardinal of faking injuries in Stanford’s 31-28 win Saturday.
Sarkisian said in postgame interviews the Cardinal players were faking injuries to slow down the Huskies’ up-tempo offense on the final drive.
On Tuesday, Shaw opened his segment with a statement, calling Sarkisian’s comments "unprofessional," and stating Stanford never has and never will fake injuries.
Shaw did get around to talking about his team’s matchup with the Utes once his rant over Washington ended.
He said he felt Utah’s offense, which ranks 25th nationally averaging 39 points a game, is dangerous when the Utes aren’t committing turnovers.
Shaw said he has watched Wilson develop since he was in high school and liked how he was not only mobile but could stand in the pocket and "make NFL throws."
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