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By all accounts Coach David-Shaw of Stanford is well respected, highly-intelligent, and mild mannered man. ...
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Andrew Luck seems to have the world in his hands right now, well add a very cute girlfriend to his charmed life. The Luck-y lass is Nicole Pechanec, who also is also an athlete at Stanford, a gymnast. Gymnast, very nice. What I know about Nicole is that her major is engineering and her parents are of Czech descent parents. Sounds like a total package, which she should be for a man...
We’re only five months away from the 2012 NFL draft and the consensus continues to be that Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck will be the first overall pick. Former Miami Dolphins Executive Vice President of Football OperationsBill Parcells has indicated that he’s not on the potential of Luck. “Anyone who says that this guy is the [...]
What is the Heisman?
I know, a ridiculous question, but one that seems to generate different answers depending on whom you ask. But according to the Heisman Trophy Trust website, "The Heisman Memorial Trophy annually recognizes the outstanding college football player whose performance best exhibits the pursuit of excellence with integrity."
The word "annually"...
Andrew Luck, who has quarterbacked Stanford to an 11-1 record this season, has been named one of five finalists for the Walter Camp Football Foundation 2011 College Football Player of the Year Award
It’s been so widely assumed that Andrew Luck will be the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft that a lot of people have forgotten that Luck still has another year of NCAA eligibility and could choose to return to Stanford next season. But Stanford coach David Shaw says he doesn’t see any way…
Quarterbacks Andrew Luck of Stanford, Robert Griffin III of Baylor and Case Keenum of Houston are among the five finalists for the Walter Camp Foundation player of the year.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -- Quarterbacks Andrew Luck of Stanford, Robert Griffin III of Baylor and Case Keenum of Houston are among the five finalists for the Walter Camp Foundation player of the year.