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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Stanley Jean-Baptiste
A transition of a tall receiver to cornerback represents one way teams are trying to find an answer for one of football's most perplexing issues: How can defenses stop the taller, stronger, heavier receivers who have taken over the game in the last several years?
Nebraska cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste has good size but the converted wide receiver will be an NFL project. The raw material is on display in today's Gator Bowl.