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Andrew Luck threw for 257 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 8 Stanford survived a shaky start to beat rival California 31-28 on Saturday night in a rain-soaked Big Game. Luck revived his Heisman Trophy campaign by tossing scores to Levine Toilolo and Ryan Hewitt, keeping the Cardinal's slim chances of a Pac-12 title and national championship alive.
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Suck for Luck has become a catchphrase throughout the NFL in 2011. At 6-4, 235lbs, the Stanford senior has already been deemed NFL ready and the soon to be savior for one lucky professional franchise that is still to be determined. If NFL draft history has taught us anything it’s that there are no sure-fire NFL prodigies at any position coming out of college. That brings...
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...
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) -- Andrew Luck slogged through a soggy field, all smiles, hands raised, taking a little extra time watching his Stanford teammates sprint to lift The Axe in triumph.
One last Big Game moment to savor.
Luck threw for 257 yards and two touchdowns and No. 8 Stanford survived a shaky start to beat rival California 31-28 on Saturday night in rain-soaked Big Game...
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck has been named a finalist both the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award and the Maxwell Award for the Collegiate Player of the Year, as the finalists for both awards were revealed Monday afternoon on ESPNU's second annual The Home Depot College Football Awards nomination special.
Ask the casual college football fan to name the best quarterback in the land, and you're bound to get a few different answers.
Andrew Luck is the people's choice, although his stature may be predicated more on his reputation and stature with NFL scouts than anything he's actually done on the field this year. Houston's Case Keenum has the video game numbers and Robert...
Alabama’s home finale was all about Richardson as the Crimson Tide defense wasn’t quite up to par, leaving Richardson’s three touchdowns to be the key to another Alabama victory.
Richardson ran for 175 yards against a very game Georgia Southern team in Tuscaloosa to once again prove he (along with Wisconsin’s Monte Ball) is among the the nation’s best...
1. Heisman field opens up
The season-long support of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck in the Heisman Trophy...
Zach Maynard took a small bit of satisfaction out of his first Big Game knowing he turned in one of his best performances of the season and considerably closed the gap in the long-running rivalry.
Andrew Luck and Stanford took everything else.
Maynard threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns before California's comeback bid came up just short, losing 31-28 to No. 8 Stanford on...
The voting for the Maxwell/Bednarik Semi-Finalists ended yesterday, and the Maxwell Football Club released the 3 Finalists today for Offensive Player of the Year, and Defensive Player of the Year. The winners will be announced December 8th, on the Home Depot College Football Awards.
Andrew Luck, Stanford, QB, Senior
Kellen Moore, Boise State, QB, Senior
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.