Cardinal Capsule: Brian Allen
Nov. 16, 2001
We are going to surprise some teams this year. We have so many weapons on offense and defense.
BA, the Hulk.
Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Chinese Food.
Favorite TV Show:
If you could have dinner with a famous person, living or dead, who would it be:
Other than Jesus Christ, it would have to be Martin Luther King.
Favorite midnight snack:
Breakfast skillet from Denny's.
Place you haven't been you would most like to visit:
New York City, my roommate always talks about how great it is, so I want to check it out for myself.
Best advice you ever received:
'The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.'
If you were going on a road trip and could only take one CD, which one would you take:
Tu Pac Greatest Hits.
Most prized possession:
My Holy Bible.
If you could play another sport at Stanford, what would it be:
Baseball. I think I would lead the team in steals.
Opponent you would most like to beat:
San Jose State.
Most influential person in your life:
If I won $1 million dollars, I would:
Buy my parents a new house, invest a little, and then give the rest to charities- especially charities that help inner-city youth.
Favorite actor and actress:
Denzel Washington and Julia Roberts.
Something about yourself that few people know:
I like to write poetry and I like to sing.
Which of your teammates do you admire the most and why:
Randy Fasani and Mike Biselli, they're great leaders on and off the field. They are also great Christian role models for other teammates.
Nobody knows how much I like:
Greek and Roman art...Thank you Professor Maxmin.
A friend from another college football team:
Mike Freeman of Washington State.
Favorite non-football activity:
Listening to R&B music.
After my Stanford career is over, I'd like to be remembered as:
Someone that played football at Stanford, the way it is supposed to be played. A player that worked hard in every aspect of the game (practice, film study, game-day and off-season conditioning).