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Yeah, I can bet that a few NFL executives are watching Stanford’s Andrew Luck play nearly perfect football week after week and are wondering if he’ll try to use his elite status to hand-pick his professional landing place. They wouldn’t worry so much if they really knew Luck, who...
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Seven weeks in the books, and the Heisman race is finally concrete enough to watch from an aggregate perspective.
With a clear preseason frontrunner in Andrew Luck, many Heisman analysts have stuck to Luck like glue in the early going, although Luck’s candidacy lacks a certain fire other Heisman winners have enjoyed.
The rest of the current leaders are muddled together. Yes, Trent...
As the “Suck for Luck” campaign moves from simmer toward full boil, there’s a caveat. If sucking for Luck creates the impression that the franchise sucks too badly, Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck could make an Eli Manning-style power play. Albert Breer of NFL.com reports that some in league circles are concerned that Luck and his…
The first ranked opponent for Stanford this season hardly figured to come so soon.
After rolling to a 41-0 victory last year in Seattle, Andrew Luck and the seventh-ranked Cardinal will host the surprising No. 22 Huskies on Saturday night in what amounts to an elimination game in the Pac-12 North.
Both Stanford (6-0, 4-0) and Washington (5-1, 3-0) still have home dates with No...
While Stanford's Andrew Luck may be considered the Heisman Trophy front-runner, Washington's Keith Price is making a name for himself with the second-most touchdown passes in the country.
The Pac-12's two highest-rated passers will be on display Saturday night as Luck and the seventh-ranked Cardinal try to extend the nation's longest win streak to 15 games when they...
The Miami Dolphins are 0-5. In no sport is that a good way to start a season, especially in the NFL, where teams don’t have the luxury of needlessly long seasons like the NBA and MLB. So it goes without saying that as the New England Patriots have once again established themselves as the standard in the AFC East, and the Buffalo Bills have proven that a franchise can climb out...
It could be worse, but Stanford's outstanding tight end corps has a nickname. Plus, Andrew Luck, Chris Owusu, and the Harbaugh handshake in this week's Stanford football notebook.
From coach David Shaw and quarterback Andrew Luck on down the roster, members of the Stanford football program had the same basic reaction to The Handshake -- the postgame exchange between 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh and Detroit's Jim Schwartz.
*Andrew Luck QB, Stanford
*Matt Kalil OT, USC
*Justin Blackmon WR, Oklahoma State
*Matt Barkley QB, USC
Quinton Coples DL, North Carolina
Brandon Thompson DT, Clemson
*Alshon Jeffrey WR, South Carolina
*Dre Kirkpatrick CB, Alabama
*Trent Richardson RB, Alabama
*Riley Reiff OT, Iowa – added this week
Michael Floyd WR, Notre Dame
*Jonathan Martin OT, Stanford
*Landry Jones QB, Oklahoma...
The first ranked opponent for Stanford this season hardly figured to come so soon. After rolling to a 41-0 victory last year in Seattle, Heisman Trophy hopeful Andrew Luck and the seventh-ranked Cardinal will host the surprising No. 22 Huskies on Saturday night in what amounts to an elimination game in the Pac-12 North.
Add Jason Taylor to the growing list of Miami Dolphins players who has gone on record to say that ‘Suck for Luck’ is an asinine, embarrassing concept. Taylor didn’t use both those words on Thursday to describe his thoughts on Suck for Luck. But he did use one of them.
Dolphins linebacker Karlos Dansby spoke yesterday of the Suck for Luck talk and he strongly criticized...
*Cardinals in 7: All signs point to the Rangers winning the World Series -- that lineup! that bullpen! And yet, all signs have pointed to the Cardinals facing oblivion for months, and that hasn't stopped them from advancing. The irony is that "This Time It Counts" will actually... count.*Raiders trade for Carson Palmer: If Palmer is healthy? OK, maybe this works out...
Jason Taylor on Thursday scoffed at the notion that the Dolphins would be better off losing so they could get the No. 1 pick and draft Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck.