Stanford quarterback Josh Nunes isn't spending much time lamenting what happened last preseason. Penciled in as the backup quarterback to Andrew Luck, Nunes had a turf toe injury in the third week of fall camp that kept him sidelined for four games.
The injury may have cost him the backup role -- but he's determined not to let it damage his chances to take over as Stanford's starting quarterback in the fall.
Nunes, who now wears a steel plate in his shoe, said the injury no longer bothers him and he's spent the last two weeks splitting reps with Brett Nottingham -- last year's backup -- with the first team offense.
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