Found November 17, 2011 on Orlando Sentinel:
PLAYERS: Andrew Luck
TEAMS: Stanford Cardinal
Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford

Big Game has big meaning for Luck, No. 8 Stanford

The Big Game is a little bigger for Andrew Luck this year. Stanford's standout quarterback is coming off his worst performance of the season in a crushing loss to Oregon. His Heisman Trophy campaign is no longer a runaway and questions are starting to emerge about his abilities. So when Luck leads the No. 8 Cardinal for perhaps the final time in his career against California...

Forget Andrew Luck; Dolphins are talking playoffs

They were hot on the trail of Stanford's Andrew Luck, but things have changed for the 2-7 Dolphins. Now Miami's talking about running the table and making playoffs -- and they're serious, folks.

CFBZ Bloguin Heisman Ballots Week Eleven

For the seventh straight week Stanford's Andrew Luck is on top of the Bloguin Heisman Poll that I am hosting over at Crystal Ball Run. Make sure you head over and see the complete breakdown of Week Eleven of the Bloguin Heisman Poll. As we've done the last few weeks I figured I would share how the voters from our site voted in the poll. Here you go: Pete Sonski: #1...

Candid Cameron: Vote "No!" for Heisman

I can't remember how many years I voted on the Heisman Trophy. What I do recall, however, was looking at the ballot one season and realizing that the entire concept of picking America's best college football player was totally absurd. The thing has turned into a media carnival, with entire mid-season TV shows devoted to the latest front-runners and which guys moved up...

College Football Computer Picks

Stanford will rebound from its only loss of the season to score enough points against Cal to go OVER the total all by themselves. Don't believe it? The college football picks engine says it will happen. The computer is projecting a 56-35 win for Andrew Luck's charges. With a current over under number at sportsbooks such as Bodog of 55.5, those 56 points puts...

What can be learned from Andrew Luck’s struggles

Everyone in the football world – including yours truly- has told you how good Andrew Luck is, and how sure of an NFL stud he’ll be to the team (likely Indianapolis) that selects him as their quarterback. However, there are holes in his game, and Stanford’s loss to new Pac-10 power Oregon last weekend exposed a couple. I’ll always felt (actually, I’ve learned it) that the...

Top 10 topics for college football

1. Heisman field opens up The season-long support of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck in the Heisman Trophy...

Heisman Not Out of Luck's Future -- Yet

Stanford picked a poor time to play a substandard football game, dashing its dreams of an undefeated season and shot at a national title with a 53-30 loss to Oregon on Saturday. That was half of the laurels promised for what was to be the best football season on the Peninsula in recent memory. The other half is a Heisman Trophy for  golden boy quarterback Andrew Luck, who picked...

Congratulations To The Indianapolis Colts!

Well, the time comes when the lights need to be turned on and the party must end. We had a good run of 10 weeks, as we watched the league’s worst teams flop around like wounded ducks as a few of them tried to convince us they weren’t losing on purpose for the 2012 NFL Draft’s top prize – Stanford QB Andrew Luck. Unfortunately, our party is pretty much over and we can stick...

Take Your Pick: Manning or Luck?

While I`d like to believe Indianapolis Colts President Bill Polian when he said that Peyton Manning will be back with the Colts next season, I find it hard to swallow. There just won’t be enough money to go around. Now that the Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams have won two games a piece, the Colts are almost a lock to get the No. 1 pick in the draft, which will almost certainly...

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week Eleven

It seemed like we were headed for a mess of undefeated teams arguing over who should be playing for the Crystal Trophy. The last few weeks have thinned the herd considerably. This week it was Stanford and Boise becoming the latest victims. Kellen Moore had his chance to seize his "Heisman Moment" but fell short against TCU. Andrew Luck wouldn't have that chance as...

2012 NFL Mock Draft 11-18-11

The Indianapolis Colts have really asserted themselves as the front-runner in the Suck for Luck derby now. They seem to “win” (i.e. lose) every “Suck for Luck Bowl” in their path. Team needs come courtesy of National Football Post 1. Indianapolis Colts, Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford Ind team needs: QB, CB, DT, OG The Colts are to being bad at football what white 18-34 year...

Dungy believes Colts might draft Luck -- and trade him

If the Colts wind up with the top pick in April's draft, their former coach, Tony Dungy, believes a surprising series of events await quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Stanford's Andrew Luck.
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