David Shaw noticed it everywhere he walked on the Stanford campus this spring.
Since Andrew Luck was drafted No. 1 overall by the Indianapolis Colts, the buzz surrounding football has faded. Getting students - and even his players - focused on the future has been a challenge with so much of the attention revolving around the departure of the two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up.
Shaw, speaking on a teleconference with other Pac-12 Conference coaches Tuesday, finally admitted ''there's still a little bit of an Andrew Luck hangover going on.''
Change is in the air across the conference.
Luck and Oregon's LaMichael James are gone. A third of the teams have new coaches and Southern California is postseason eligible again, which could lead to a power shift come fall.