It seems that we constantly face playoff opponents with healthier starting 22s than ours. Is there something that could be done to make even a slight (player or 3) improvement on this depressing situation? http://www.nytimes.com/2013/12/31/s...ngth.html?pagewanted=2&hp&pagewanted=all&_r=0 From 2006, the year before Turley arrived on the Farm, as Stanfordâ€™s campus is known, through last season, the number of games missed because of injury on the two-deep roster dropped by 87 percent. In 2012, only two Cardinal players required season-ending or postseason surgical repair; this year, only one. Turley is a strength coach, and he is not a strength coach, or not exactly. Strength is not his focus. Function is. Balance is. Flexibility is. His approach is grounded in physics, on the premise that low man wins on contact, that to get low requires mobility and stability and the ability to apply force in the opposite direction. His players bench press, but he cares more about how they lift â€” with hands closer together, without bouncing the bar off their chests â€” than how much. He wants them to bend all the way down when they squat. BB needs to take a long hard look at the entire training and medical treatment aspects of this org in the off season.