Post-Rose Bowl Field Frenzy - Jonathan Martin

"Moose" gets mobbed by Gardner

The NFL's Miami Dolphins claimed OT Jonathan Martin before he exhausted his final year of college eligibility, but "Moose" wasn't about to miss seeing his Cardinal teammates win the Rose Bowl in 2013! Martin and a number of other current NFL players very vocally supported their team from the Stanford sideline!

Post-Rose Bowl Field Frenzy - Part III: Former OT Jonathan "Moose" Martin

We always love to see former Stanford players showing their continuing love for the Cardinal program. Along with Stanford Football alumni Michael Thomas, Owen Marecic, Johnson Bademosi and others, I happened to observe Miami Dolphins rookie and starting offensive tackle Jonathan "Moose" Martin , who went absolutely nuts when Stanford nickelback Usua Amanam came up with his game-changing INT on Wisconsin's final possession. 


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