Owen Marecic

TAMPA, FL - DECEMBER 15: Fullback Bruce Miller #49 of the San Francisco 49ers runs upfield against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers December 15, 2013 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

How Will 49ers Survive Loss Of Bruce Miller?

News around 49er camp is that fullback Bruce Miller is done for the rest of the year with a scapula injury. Miller has played a huge role in the team’s offense this year and while his loss will certainly be felt, San Francisco should be able to survive.

12/18/2013

Ian Williams

49ers Officially Place Ian Williams On IR, Sign Owen Marecic

San Francisco 49ers nosetackle Ian Williams was officially placed on injured reserve Tuesday with a broken left ankle. The 49ers also signed fullback Owen Marecic to a one-year contact on Tuesday.

09/17/2013

John Madden (KCBS)

Daily Madden: A Critical Time For Pro Football

John Madden discusses the cloud hanging over the NFL: how the players-owners dispute and the possibility of a work stoppage would hurt the game, and why it’s important that there’s a settlement soon.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–01/27/2011

Owen Marecic

Stanford’s Marecic Hopes Assistants Considered For Head Coach

Stanford two-way star Owen Marecic is endorsing a pair of current Cardinal coaches to be considered for the vacant head football coach position.

CBS San Francisco–01/11/2011

Owen Marecic

Stanford’s Versatile Marecic Wins First Hornung Award

Stanford fullback-linebacker Owen Marecic has won the inaugural Paul Hornung Award.

CBS San Francisco–01/10/2011

Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Stanford Cardinal jumps to greet Owen Marecic #48 after Marecic intercepted a pass for a touchdown against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Notre Dame Stadium on September 25, 2010 in South Bend, Indiana. Stanford defeated Notre Dame 37-14. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Marecic Helps Lead No. 16 Stanford Over Notre Dame

Owen Marecic scored on a run and interception return 13 seconds apart and Nate Whitaker kicked a career-high five field goals Saturday, leading No. 16 Stanford to a 37-14 victory over Notre Dame that made the Cardinal 4-0 for the first time since 1986.

CBS San Francisco–09/25/2010

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