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  1. jca312

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    2011 Depth Chart
    Offense


    Quarterback
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 12 Andrew Luck Junior(RS) 6'4" 235
    2. 6 Josh Nunes Sophomore(RS) 6'4" 209
    3. 15 Jemari Roberts Sophomore(RS) 6'3" 211


    Running Back
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 1 Braylon Ingram Freshman 6'0" 190
    2. 4 Stepfan Taylor Junior(RS) 5'11" 214
    3. 5 Usua Amanam Junior 5'10" 182
    4. 25 Tyler Gaffney Sophomore(RS) 6'0" 222


    Fullback
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 37 Jamaal Tyson Sophomore 6'5" 250
    2. 35 John Davis Freshman(RS) 6'1" 249
    3. 25 Tyler Gaffney Sophomore 6'0" 222


    Wide Receiver
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 21 J.R. Patterson Junior 6'2" 204
    2. 5 Usua Amanam Junior 5'10" 182
    3. 4 Stepfan Taylor Junior(RS) 5'11" 214
    4. 86 Chris Owusu Senior 6'2" 204
    5. 85 Marcus Hawkins Junior 6'2" 170
    6. 13 Drew Terrell Sophomore(RS) 5'11" 189


    Tight End
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 9 Ben Hill Freshman 6'2" 235
    2. 11 Levine Toilolo Sophomore(RS) 6'8" 275
    3. 82 Coby Fleener Senior(RS) 6'6" 252


    Left Tackle
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 73 Jonathan Martin Junior(RS) 6'6" 299
    2. 62 Erik Maxwell Sophomore(RS) 6'6" 309
    3. 61 Adam Davis Freshman(RS) 6'6" 339


    Left Guard
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 66 Matt Bentler Senior(RS) 6'5" 296
    2. 70 Patrick Greer Freshman 6'6" 303
    3. 57 David Jamison Freshman 6'5" 308


    Center
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 67 Sam Owens Freshman 6'6" 288
    2. 57 David Jamison Freshman 6'5" 308
    3. 68 Joe Moses Freshman(RS) 6'4" 287


    Right Guard
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 52 David DeCastro Junior(RS) 6'5" 317
    2. 65 Khalil Wilkes Sophomore(RS) 6'3" 279
    3. 79 Marques Stanley Freshman(RS) 6'2" 283


    Right Tackle
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 77 Tyler Mabry Senior(RS) 6'7" 296
    2. 60 Andrew Keyes Freshman(RS) 6'6" 337
    3. 69 Jeremy Cox Freshman(RS) 6'5" 296


    Column 1
    Defense


    Left End
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 94 Thomas Keirser Senior(RS) 6'5" 262
    2. 90 Shawn Brown Sophomore 6'2" 213
    3. 59 Chase Thomas Junior(RS) 6'4" 251


    Right End
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 47 Thomas Cook Freshman 6'2" 265
    2. 90 Shawn Brown Sophomore 6'2" 213
    3. 59 Chase Thomas Junior(RS) 6'4" 251


    Defensive Tackle
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 98 Matthew Masifilo Senior(RS) 6'3" 296
    2. 99 Terrence Stephens Sophomore(RS) 6'2" 304
    3. 96 Cole Ward Sophomore(RS) 6'4" 312
    4. 92 Corey Edwards Freshman 5'11" 272


    Left Outside Linebacker
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 50 James Alexander Freshman 6'2" 237
    2. 51 Alex Debniak Junior(RS) 6'2" 236
    3. 55 Jonathan Frink Senior(RS) 6'2" 239


    Middle Linebacker
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 10 Shayne Skov Junior 6'3" 226
    2. 56 Michael Hairston Freshman(RS) 6'2" 241
    3. 55 Jonathan Frink Senior(RS) 6'2" 239
    4. 51 Alex Debniak Junior(RS) 6'2" 236


    Right Outside Linebacker
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 45 Devin Guillory Junior 6'2" 204
    2. 51 Alex Debniak Junior(RS) 6'2" 236
    3. 55 Jonathan Frink Senior(RS) 6'2" 239


    Cornerback
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 7 Terry Mathis Freshman(RS) 6'1 184
    2. 2 Corey Wright Freshman 6'0" 191
    3. 20 Clayton Spurlock Sophomore 6'0" 160
    4. 3 Michael Thomas Junior(RS) 5'11" 181
    5. 14 Ryan Ballenger Sophomore(RS) 6'3" 211


    Free Safety
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 22 Elliott McCoy Freshman 6'1" 171
    2. 32 Sean Wiser Senior(RS) 6'2" 204
    3. 20 Clayton Spurlock Sophomore 6'0" 160


    Strong Safety
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 24 Delano Howell Senior 5'11" 192
    2. 29 Taylor Skaufel Senior(RS) 6'0" 203


    Column 1
    Special Teams


    Kicker
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 38 David Green Senior(RS) 6'1" 199
    2. 26 Matt Baldwin Freshman 6'0" 160
    3. 27 James Capps Freshman 6'0" 181


    Punter
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 38 David Green Senior(RS) 6'1" 199
    2. 26 Matt Baldwin Freshman 6'0" 160
    3. 27 James Capps Freshman 6'0" 181


    Kickoff Returner
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 4 Stepfan Taylor Junior 5'11" 214
    2. 5 Usua Amanam Junior 5'10" 182
    3. 21 J.R. Patterson Junior 6'2" 204
    4. 81 Chris Owusu Senior 6'2" 204
    5. 87 Warren Reuland Senior 6'5" 212


    Punt Returner
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 4 Stepfan Taylor Junior 5'11" 214
    2. 5 Usua Amanam Junior 5'10" 182
    3. 21 J.R. Patterson Junior 6'2" 204
    4. 81 Chris Owusu Senior 6'2" 204
    5. 87 Warren Reuland Senior 6'5" 212


    Kickoffs
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 38 David Green Senior(RS) 6'1" 199
    2. 26 Matt Baldwin Freshman 6'0" 160
    3. 27 James Capps Freshman 6'0" 181


    Long Snapper
    Slot No. Name Yr. Ht. Wt.
    1. 66 Matt Bentler Senior(RS) 6'5" 296
    2. 73 Jonathan Martin Junior(RS) 6'6" 299
    3. 52 David DeCastro Junior(RS) 6'5" 317
     
  2. jca312

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    Impact Players

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    2011 Cardinal Impact Players

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    QB #12 Andrew Luck

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    MLB #10 Shayne Skov

    Andrew Luck is a redshirt junior with a huge upside who hopes to reach his potential this season under new coach Jeff Alexander. This big signal-caller is a preseason Heisman hopeful and could have a monster season if his line can protect him. On defense, junior Shayne Skov is the unquestioned leader for the Cardinal. Skov was the leading tackler and looks to improve on last year's performance. Skov has started every game of his 2-year career and barring injury will start every game while he is at Stanford.

    2011 Cardinal Impact Freshman

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    HB #1 Braylon Ingram

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    TE #9 Ben Hill

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    CB #2 Corey Wright

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    FS #22 Elliott McCoy

    Ingram and Hill look to provide big plays and take some of the pressure off of Stanford star quarterback Andrew Luck. Ingram will get a lot of carries and run Stanford's version of the Wildcat, which they are calling the "Wild-Tree". Hill will start at tight end and provide a nice target for Luck to use.

    Wright and McCoy will anchor a young secondary that starts 3 freshman and a senior. Wright will start as the 2nd cornerback, while McCoy will start at free safety.

    All 4 of these freshman enrolled early and participated in Spring Practice. They are joined by 3 other true freshman who will also start, but may not have as big of an impact on the team this year, but look to play a big role in making Stanford a contender in the Pac-10 and the BCS.
     
  3. jca312

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    Luck for Heisman

    Luck 4 Heisman!

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    #12 Andrew Luck

    Stat 2009 2010 Total[/SIZE]
    QB Rating 98.4 109.8 104.0
    Completions 191 211 402
    Attempts 423 404 827
    Total Passing Yards 2394 2484 4878
    Passing TDs 14 17 31
    Interceptions 11 17 27
    Average Yards Per Game 199.5 207.0 203.3
    Completion % 45.2 52.2 48.6
    Average Attempts 35.3 33.7 34.5
    Longest Pass 67 70 70
    Times Sacked 43 30 73


    All reports out of camp are that Luck has made huge strides. Other than recruiting, Coach Alexander's main focus since his arrival last January was quarterback Andrew Luck.

    "I studied the film of all the games he played and I saw some things we can improve." Alexander said of his junior quarterback "I think if we can keep him upright, he can do some special things. He's got a great arm and pinpoint accuracy, we're gonna see if we can turn him into a millionaire this year."

    The 6'4" 235 pound redshirt junior has all the tools to leave early for the NFL if he can perform up to his huge potential. Luck will need to show that he can make good decisions and accurate throws under pressure. Unfortunately, he has grown accustomed to being under pressure, having been sacked 73 times in 24 games. If Luck decides to stay for his senior year and stays healthy, he will surely go down as the best quarterback in the history of Stanford football statistically. Last year at San Diego State, quarterback Ryan Lindley threw for over 3000 yards and he is not quite the quarterback Luck is, nor does he have anywhere near the talent surrounding him that Luck is blessed with.

    Stanford is on a bye Week 1 and will travel to Albuquerque to face the University of New Mexico, a team Alexander is familiar with from his experience in the Mountain West. Last year, Alexander's Aztecs torched the Lobos 41-13, they do have a new coach, so they'll surely play better than they did last year. However, they may not have the talent to match up with Stanford. The strength of their defense does lie in their secondary, so that'll be a challenge for Luck. There is an exciting buzz around the Stanford Cardinal football program right now, with Alexander anxious to lead his team out on the field for the 1st time.
     
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    Stanford 31-27 New Mexico

    Luck Leads Cardinal Past Lobos

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    Andrew Luck throwing 1 of his 3 touchdown passes​

    After an off-season full of change, Stanford finally got their 2011 season underway in Week 2, visiting the University of New Mexico. Lead by Evolution Heisman Trophy Candidate Andrew Luck and their passing attack, the Cardinal escaped with a 31-27 win. Stanford got off to a slow start and would have to play catch up all game. On their 1st possession of the season, Stanford promptly went 3 & out and New Mexico jumped all over the opening quickly moving the ball down the field with their spread attack to take an early 7-0 lead when Brad Gruner hit Adam Watson for a 31-yard touchdown pass.

    In the 2nd quarter, Luck and the Stanford offense would get on the board with a nice drive that culminated in Luck’s 1st touchdown pass of the season when he hit Stepfan Taylor, who was wide open on an out, from the 4 yardline.


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    Taylor’s touchdown catch​

    New Mexico would respond with another solid drive with quarterback Gruner picking the Cardinal secondary apart and running back James Wright gashing the spread out Stanford defense with runs up the middle.

    “We were at a complete loss a lot of the game against that offense.†Coach Alexander said at mid-field after the game “I think they exposed a lot of our weaknesses today and they did a really good job of continuing to attack the weaknesses when they found them. We were really lucky to pull this one out today.â€ÂÂ

    The Lobos’ drive culminated in Wright scoring from 4 yards out to restore their 7-point lead at 14-7. Once again, Stanford had trouble finding traction with their offense and had to punt. This time, with New Mexico pinned deep in their territory, Stanford forced a punt and got the ball with good field position. Unfortunately, Luck made one of his few mistakes on the day and was intercepted on by Joe Harris when he misjudged his receivers break. Stanford’s defense stepped up though, forcing a fumble when Thomas Keiser came off the edge for 1 of his 2 sacks on the day and linebacker Devin Guillory was able to fall on it. Stanford then got the ball to the Lobo 26 and David Green connected from 43 yards on the last play of the half to make the halftime score 14-10 New Mexico.


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    The 2nd half began with Gruner still on fire as he led New Mexico down the field throwing his 2nd touchdown pass of the day, this time to tight end Lucas Reed from the 24 yardline. This touchdown gave New Mexico a 21-10 lead, but from this point on, they’d only be able to tack on 2 field goals. Down 11 points and in dire straights, Stanford began their comback. Stanford would drive down to the Lobos’ 2 yardline and when freshman tailback Braylon Ingram was stuffed for a 1-yard loss, Coach Alexander called a play-action pass and Luck hit his fullback Jamaal Tyson to bring the Cardinal back to within 4. New Mexico would then drive into Stanford territory, but stall at the 32 yardline and have to settle for a 49-yard James Aho field goal, making the score 24-17 heading into the 4th quarter.

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    JR Patterson’s spectacular 4th quarter touchdown catch​

    Luck earned his Player of the Game honors in the 4th quarter throwing 2 touchdown passes to lead the Cardinal to victory. The 1st was a nice pass on a fade route down the right sideline when senior wideout JR Patterson beat the press coverage and got a step on the New Mexico corner. New Mexico would then try to regain their lead and win the game chewing clock and moving the ball. The bend but don’t break Cardinal defense was finally able to stop the Lobos’ offense on a goaline stand and Coach Saban decided to take the field goal and the lead with 1:23 to play. Luck then completed a couple passes to get the ball out to Stanford’s 44 yardline and then he was able to hit leading receiver Usua Amanam on a bomb down the left sideline to put Stanford up by 4 with :28 to play.

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    Amanam's game-winning touchdown reception​

    New Mexico got the ball back with all 3 of their timeouts and went to work on Stanford’s conservative secondary. Bruner completed a few passes and with under :10 to play and no timeouts, Bruner hit Ty Kirk at the 6 yardline, but he was swarmed by several Stanford defensive backs and stopped at the 2 yardline as time expired. Game over, Stanford wins 31-27 in a great game played by both teams.

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    Lobos come up 2 yards short of victory as time expires

    Player of the Game
    12 Andrew Luck

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    Luck Heisman Report

    Luck's Campaign Off to a Hot Start

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    Andrew Luck kicked off his 2011 campaign in style completing 25 of his 35 passes for 304 yards and 4 touchdowns. Every time the Cardinal needed a big play, Luck dropped a pass in to one of his receivers with pinpoint accuracy. Luck threw 1 first half interception, but was nearly flawless otherwise. Luck's throw of the game was a 56-yard touchdown strike with less than :30 to play to Usua Amanam with a cornerback a half step behind, to put Stanford up 31-27. Luck also had a 24-yard pass to JR Patterson earlier in the quarter, dropping the ball in just in bounds in the endzone.

    Next week, Stanford will host Northern Illinois.



    Stat 2009 2010 2011 Total[/SIZE]
    QB Rating 98.4 109.8 176.4 106.9
    Completions 191 211 25 427
    Attempts 423 404 35 862
    Total Passing Yards 2394 2484 304 5182
    Passing TDs 14 17 4 35
    Interceptions 11 17 1 28
    Average Yards Per Game 199.5 207.0 304 207.2
    Completion % 45.2 52.2 71 49
    Average Attempts 35.3 33.7 35 34.5
    Longest Pass 67 70 56 70
    Times Sacked 43 30 1 74

     
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    2011 Stanford Schedule/Results

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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8 Column 9
    Week No.​
    Date​
    Opponent​
    Score​
    Record​
    1​
    8/27​
    Bye​
    2​
    9/3​
    @ New Mexico
    31-27​
    1-0 (0-0)​
    3​
    9/10​
    Northern Illinois​
    4​
    9/17​
    #22 USC​
    5​
    9/24​
    Washington State​
    6​
    10/1​
    @ #13 Washington
    7​
    10/8​
    @ Arizona State
    8​
    10/15​
    Oregon State​
    9​
    10/22​
    @ UCLA
    10​
    10/29​
    #12 Arizona​
    11​
    11/5​
    @ Oregon
    12​
    11/12​
    Bye​
    13​
    11/19​
    #16 Notre Dame​
    14​
    11/26​
    @#8 Cal
    15​
    12/3​
    Bye​



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    Standings
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Rank​
    Team​
    Record​
    Pct​
    Conference​
    1 #13 Washington
    1-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    2 #22 USC
    1-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    3 Stanford
    1-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    4 UCLA
    1-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    5 #12 Arizona
    0-0​
    0.000
    0-0​
    6 #8 Cal
    0-0​
    0.000
    0-0​
    7 Oregon State
    0-0​
    0.000
    0-0​
    8 Washington State
    0-0​
    0.000
    0-0​
    9 Oregon
    0-1​
    0.000
    0-0​
    10 Arizona State
    0-1​
    0.000
    0-0​
     
  7. Coach Saban

    Coach Saban Walk On

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    Great write up JCA and even better game!
     
  8. Jvigorous1

    Jvigorous1 Hokie

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    Awesome reporting JCA!!!! You have a tough schedule ahead.
     
  9. jca312

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    Thanks guys, had a lot of fun with the posts.

    Saban that was a great game and I see you and I playing a lot of close games in various dynasties.

    Definitely have a tough schedule, but frisk says we're going 11-1, so I can't let him down. Not a lot of room for error, lots ofranked opponents. We'll see. I'm looking forward to the challenge though.
     
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    Stanford 42-7 Northern Illinois

    Stanford 2-0 After Home Opener

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    Stepfan Taylor and Braylon Ingram celebrate a touchdown

    After last week's thrilling come from behind win at New Mexico, the Cardinal removed the drama before halftime. On the last play of the half, J.R. Patterson hauled in Andrew Luck's Hail Mary to make the score 28-7, with all 4 of the Cardinal touchdowns coming on Luck passes. Luck would be pulled with the rest of the starters at the end of the 3rd quarter having passed for 242 yards and 5 touchdowns. Stanford had a very balanced attack, rushing for 258 yards and passing for 242. Several freshman starred for Stanford in their 1st game in Palo Alto.
    Ben Hill caught 5 passes for 80 yards scoring his 1st 2 touchdowns of his career. Braylon Ingram carried the ball 17 times for 165 yards and caught 4 passes for 41 yards. Corey Wright got his 1st interception.
    Stanford improved to 2-0 and face a tough test when they open Pac-10 play next week at home against the #17 USC Trojans.


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    Stepfan Taylor scores 15-yard touchdown

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    16-22 242 yards 5 TDs
     
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    Luck Heisman Report

    Luck Tosses 5 More TDs
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    Luck hits tight end Levine Toilolo for a touchdown​

    Andrew Luck has another impressive game in Stanford's home-opener. The Cardinal took apart Northern Illinois who are dealing with the resignation of their head coach. After Northern Illinois scored early in the 2nd quarter to tie the game at 7-7, Luck threw 3 of his 5 touchdown passes in the quarter to put Stanford up for good. Luck's day ended in the 3rd quarter with him having completed 16 of his 22 passes for 242 yards and 5 touchdowns.

    Through 2 games, Luck has completed 71.9% of his passes, thrown for 546 yards, 9 touchdowns, and just 1 interception. Next week, Luck will be severely tested when the #17 USC Trojans come to Palo Alto.


    Stat 2009 2010 2011 Career[/SIZE]
    QB Rating 98.4 109.8 201.0 110.3
    Completions 191 211 41 443
    Attempts 423 404 57 884
    Total Passing Yards 2394 2484 546 5424
    Passing TDs 14 17 9 40
    Interceptions 11 16 1 28
    Average Yards Per Game 199.5 207.0 273.0 208.6
    Completion % 45.2 52.2 71.9 50.1
    Average Attempts 35.3 33.7 28.5 34.0
    Longest Pass 67 70 56 70
    Times Sacked 43 30 4 77
     
  12. Emmdotfrisk

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    I'm going to talk to Hack about nominating you for the content contributor award. Amazing and consistent work JCA.
     
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    Week 3 Schedule/Results/Standings

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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8 Column 9
    Week No.​
    Date​
    Opponent​
    Score​
    Record​
    1​
    8/27​
    Bye​
    2​
    9/3​
    @ New Mexico
    31-27​
    1-0 (0-0)​
    3​
    9/10​
    Northern Illinois​
    42-7​
    2-0 (0-0)​
    4​
    9/17​
    #17 USC​
    5​
    9/24​
    Washington State​
    6​
    10/1​
    @ #11 Washington
    7​
    10/8​
    @ Arizona State
    8​
    10/15​
    Oregon State​
    9​
    10/22​
    @ UCLA
    10​
    10/29​
    #20 Arizona​
    11​
    11/5​
    @ Oregon
    12​
    11/12​
    Bye​
    13​
    11/19​
    #23 Notre Dame​
    14​
    11/26​
    @#7 Cal
    15​
    12/3​
    Bye​


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    Standings
    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Rank​
    Team​
    Record​
    Pct​
    Conference​
    1 #11 Washington
    2-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    2 UCLA
    2-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    3 #7 Cal
    1-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    4 #17 USC
    2-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    5 Stanford
    2-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    6 Oregon State
    1-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    7 Oregon
    1-1​
    0.500
    0-0​
    8 Arizona State
    1-1​
    0.500
    0-0​
    9 #20 Arizona
    0-1​
    0.000
    0-0​
    10 Washington State
    0-1​
    0.000
    0-0​
     
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    Stanford 31-27 USC

    Late Score Lifts Cardinal Over Trojans
    in Pac-10 Opener


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    After a road test at New Mexico and a cakewalk in their home opener, Stanford welcomed the 15th ranked USC Trojans to town this week for the Cardinal’s Pac-10 opener and biggest test yet. On paper, Stanford didn’t stand a chance, but as they say, “that’s why they play the games.â€ÂÂ

    Stanford kicked off to start the game. USC came out and moved the ball with several solid runs by star running back Marc Tyler. Unfortunately, SC would lose Tyler for the game with a bruised sternum and he would finish with 32 yards on just 6 carries. After the Trojans marched into Cardinal territory, quarterback Nick Smith would try to hit Marc Tyler on a corner route, but freshman safety Elliott McCoy would win their one-on-one battle and come away with his 1st collegiate interception. Stanford would then respond with an impressive drive that culminated with Player of the Game Braylon Ingram scoring the 1st of his 3 touchdowns from the 2 yardline to give Stanford a 7-0 lead with 2:36 to play in the opening quarter. USC would answer with a 2:00 drive when Smith successfully hit Ayles from the 1 yardline on a play-action pass to knot the score at 7-7 at the end of the 1st quarter.


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    Elliott McCoy intercepts a pass intended for USC tight end Marc Tyler​

    In the 2nd quarter, the going would get tougher for Stanford as they’d be held to a field goal for the quarter. Stanford was able to put together a couple solid plays on their drive after the Ayles’ touchdown, but the drive would stall at the Trojan 23 yardline and David Green would come on to put Stanford up 10-7 with 4:35 to play in the half. 3 plays and :53 later, USC had their 1st lead of the game when Smith hit wideout Bryce Butler who beat the press coverage and ran away from the Cardinal secondary. After both teams failed to score on their next possessions, Stanford had the ball in the waning moments of the 1st half, looking to take a halftime lead, or getting to within 1 point of the Trojans. Reigning Pac-10 Player of the Week and Evo-Heisman Trophy candidate Andrew Luck completed 3 passes to get Stanford to the USC 25 yardline, but with :25 left and no timeouts, Luck took a sack and Green’s 50-yard attempt on the last play of the half came up just short. The score at the break had USC ahead 14-10.

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    Stepfan Taylor’s big 1st quarter run setup Ingram’s touchdown​

    The 3rd quarter was a continuation of the 2nd with both defenses containing the opposition’s offense. Freshman corner, Corey Wright would make a nice interception to end the Trojans’ 1st drive of the half as he would wrestle the ball away from Trojans tight end Ayles, his 2nd of the season. Stanford would then drive down and Luck, who helped his campaign by throwing for 352 yards and 1 touchdown, found Usua Amanam through a small window in the Trojan coverage after he broke free from star corner TJ Bryant’s press coverage to put Stanford up 17-14. The home crowd’s joy and Stanford’s lead would be short lived though, as Smith would once again hook up with Butler :43 later for a 56-yard touchdown to reclaim the lead at 21-17. Butler was Smith’s favorite target on the day, catching 6 of Smith’s 15 completions for 212 yards and 2 touchdowns en route to earning Player of the Game honors for the Trojans.

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    Corey Wright’s 3rd quarter interception​

    After a punt and a defensive stop, Stanford would go ahead for the 4th time on the day when Ingram would score his 2nd touchdown of the day from inside the 1 yardline to put Stanford up 24-21. USC would answer again, but not on a big play this time as they would drive down the field in 1:30 when Smith would throw his 4th touchdown of the day, hitting Brandon Carswell on a 9-yard slant with 2:04 to play and USC appeared headed for the victory and a 1-0 record in the Pac-10. Stanford, however, had other ideas. Luck would lead the Cardinal on an 11 play 79-yard drive that took 1:49 off the clock to win the game. Luck would hook up with JR Patterson a couple times, freshman tight end Ben Hill, and Ingram out of the backfield when he didn’t have time to connect with his receivers further down the field. Ingram scored his 3rd touchdown of the day from the 1 yardline to put Stanford ahead for good with just :15 to play. USC would complete 2 passes to get to midfield, but Smith’s Hail Mary was batted down with no time left on the clock and Coach Alexander had his 1st signature win as the Stanford head coach.
    Stanford improved to 1-0 in the Pac-10 and 3-0 overall. Next week, the Cardinal will host the Pac-10 leading Washington State Cougars who are on a 2-game winning streak after beating the New Mexico Lobos 35-30 this week.


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    Elliott McCoy's and Corey Wright's interceptions​
     
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    Week 4 Schedule/Results/Standings

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    Week No.​
    Date​
    Opponent​
    Score​
    Record​
    1​
    8/27​
    Bye​
    2​
    9/3​
    @ New Mexico
    31-27​
    1-0 (0-0)​
    3​
    9/10​
    Northern Illinois​
    42-7​
    2-0 (0-0)​
    4​
    9/17​
    #15 USC​
    31-27​
    3-0 (1-0)​
    5​
    9/24​
    Washington State​
    6​
    10/1​
    @ #9 Washington
    7​
    10/8​
    @ Arizona State
    8​
    10/15​
    Oregon State​
    9​
    10/22​
    @ UCLA
    10​
    10/29​
    #16 Arizona​
    11​
    11/5​
    @ Oregon
    12​
    11/12​
    Bye​
    13​
    11/19​
    #21 Notre Dame​
    14​
    11/26​
    @#6 Cal
    15​
    12/3​
    Bye​


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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
    Rank​
    Team​
    Record​
    Pct​
    Conference​
    1 Stanford
    3-0​
    1.000
    1-0​
    1 Washington State
    2-1​
    0.660
    1-0​
    3 #9 Washington
    3-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    4 #6 Cal
    2-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    5 Oregon State
    1-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    6 UCLA
    2-1​
    0.660
    0-0​
    7 #20 Arizona
    1-1​
    0.500
    0-0​
    7 Arizona State
    1-1​
    0.500
    0-0​
    9 #15 USC
    2-1​
    0.660
    0-1​
    10 Oregon
    1-2​
    0.330
    0-1​
     
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    Luck Heisman Report Week 4

    Luck Impressive vs #15 USC

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    Luck celebrates TD vs USC​
    Andrew Luck completed 37 of his 42 passes on the day for 352 yards 1 touchdown. Although Luck didn't throw a lot of touchdown passes this week, he was very poised under pressure, making good reads and checking down when needed. He always found his open receivers and didn't make any risky throws as he led his outmatched team to an improbable victory against a much more talented USC Trojan team. He was sacked 4 times and hurried all day long, but didn't try to force any throws and threw for 352 yards against one of the best defenses in the country.

    Through 3 games, Luck is completing 78% of his passes for an average of 299.3 yards/game. He has a quarterback rating of 186.3. Luck has thrown for 898 yards, 10 touchdowns, and just 1 interception. With games still to play in Week 4, Luck leads the Pac-10 in rating, completions, completion percentage, yards, yards/game, and touchdowns.

    Next week, Luck will look to continue his hot streak when the Washington State Cougars come to town for an unlikely early season 1st place showdown in the Pac-10.


    Stat 2009 2010 2011 Career[/SIZE]
    QB Rating 98.4 109.8 186.3 112.8
    Completions 191 211 78 480
    Attempts 423 404 99 926
    Total Passing Yards 2394 2484 898 5776
    Passing TDs 14 17 19 41
    Interceptions 11 16 1 28
    Average Yards Per Game 199.5 207.0 299.3 213.9
    Completion % 45.2 52.2 78.8 51.8
    Average Attempts 35.3 33.7 33.0 34.3
    Longest Pass 67 70 56 70
    Times Sacked 43 30 8 81
     
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    I agree. Great posts JCA!
     
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    Thanks guys
     
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    Stanford 14-24 Washington State

    Stanford Dejected After Their 1st Loss

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    The Cardinal Offensive Line gave up 8 sacks​

    Stanford suffered their 1st setbacks of 2011, in the 1st quarter, Evo-Heisman Trophy candidate Andrew Luck was sacked and suffered a hip pointer, which will keep him out of next week's game at #7 Washington as well, to make matters worse, the Cardinal lost the game 24-14. The 1st half was a defensive struggle, with Washington State having the best drive moving the ball all the way down to the Cardinal goaline, but the drive ended with an interception. The 3rd quarter started like the 1st half ended, Stanford was forced to punt, but then Washington State was able to capitalize and score halfway through the quarter on a Louis Bland run from inside the 1 yardline. Josh Nunes then settled in and led Stanford on a nice drive culminating in a 7-yard touchdown pass to JR Patterson to tie the score at 7-7. A little over a minute later, the Cougars reclaimed their lead on Bland's 2nd touchdown run of the day, this time from 8 yards out and the quarter ended with Washington State leading 14-7. After a Nunes interception, Washington State was able to push their lead to 10 when Anthony Cook kicked a 28-yard field goal. Nunes then methodically led the Cardinal down the field and hit a wide-open Usua Amanam for an 8-yard score to make the score 17-14. Washington State recovered the onside kick and on 3rd down and 1:30 to play, Jason Crawford took a pitch to the left side, broke a tackle and raced 26 yards to the endzone for the game sealing touchdown.

    Both teams are now 3-1 with Washington State remaining in 1st place at 2-0, while Stanford falls to 1-1 in Pac-10 play


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    Jason Crawford takes this pitch 26 yards to seal the victory​
     
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    Luck Heisman Report Week 5

    Luck Injured vs Washington State

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    Luck goes down with a hip pointer​

    Andrew Luck's Evo-Heisman Campaign took a major blow today as he was knocked out of the game in the 1st quarter when he suffered a hip pointer on a sack. Luck will be out this week and next week, so he'll have a lot of work to do to make up for lost time when he finally gets back on the field.

    Through 4 games, Luck is completing 76.7% of his passes for an average of 227.3 yards/game. He has a quarterback rating of 180.9. Luck has thrown for 909 yards, 10 touchdowns, and just 1 interception.

    Next week, Luck will miss next week's game in Seattle against #7 Washington, but hopes to return the following week for Stanford's trip to Tempe to face Arizona State Cougars.


    Stat 2009 2010 2011 Career[/SIZE]
    QB Rating 98.4 109.8 180.9 112.5
    Completions 191 211 79 489
    Attempts 423 404 103 930
    Total Passing Yards 2394 2484 909 5787
    Passing TDs 14 17 10 41
    Interceptions 11 16 1 28
    Average Yards Per Game 199.5 207.0 227.3 206.7
    Completion % 45.2 52.2 76.7 51.7
    Average Attempts 35.3 33.7 25.8 33.2
    Longest Pass 67 70 56 70
    Times Sacked 43 30 9 82
     
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    Week 5 Schedule/Results/Standings

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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8 Column 9
    Week No.​
    Date​
    Opponent​
    Score​
    Record​
    1​
    8/27​
    Bye​
    2​
    9/3​
    @ New Mexico
    31-27​
    1-0 (0-0)​
    3​
    9/10​
    Northern Illinois​
    42-7​
    2-0 (0-0)​
    4​
    9/17​
    #23 USC​
    31-27​
    3-0 (1-0)​
    5​
    9/24​
    Washington State​
    14-24​
    3-1 (1-1)​
    6​
    10/1​
    @ #7 Washington
    7​
    10/8​
    @ Arizona State
    8​
    10/15​
    #25 Oregon State​
    9​
    10/22​
    @ UCLA
    10​
    10/29​
    #22 Arizona​
    11​
    11/5​
    @ Oregon
    12​
    11/12​
    Bye​
    13​
    11/19​
    #16 Notre Dame​
    14​
    11/26​
    @#5 Cal
    15​
    12/3​
    Bye​


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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8 Column 9
    Rank​
    Team​
    Record​
    Pct​
    Conference​
    1 #7 Washington
    4-0​
    1.000
    1-0​
    1 #25 Oregon State
    2-0​
    1.000
    1-0​
    1 Washington State
    3-1​
    0.750
    2-0​
    4 Stanford
    3-1​
    0.750
    1-1​
    4 Oregon
    2-2​
    0.500
    1-1​
    6 #5 Cal
    2-0​
    1.000
    0-0​
    7 #23 USC
    2-1​
    0.660
    0-1​
    8 UCLA
    2-2​
    0.500
    0-1​
    9 #22 Arizona
    1-2​
    0.330
    0-1​
    10 Arizona State
    1-2​
    0.330
    0-1​
     
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    Stanford 35-10 #4 Washington

    No Luck, No Problem

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    Ingram scores 1 of his 3 touchdowns​

    Stanford bounced back from their 1st loss of the season, traveling to Seattle and taking down the #4 University of Washington Huskies, despite not having star quarterback Andrew Luck. The Cardinal were led by freshman running back Braylon Ingram who rushed for 170 yards and 3 touchdowns earning Player of the Game honors. The game started really well for the Cardinal as Delano Howell intercepted Robbie Fouch's first pass of the game and returned it 42 yards for a touchdown and 7-0 Stanford lead. Washington responded well and on their next possession, Fouch hit tight end Kavarrion Middleton down the sideline for a big play down to the Stanford 2 yardline, then two plays later, Fouch and Middleton connected again, this time on a play-action pass for a touchdown and at the end of one quarter, the score was 7-7.

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    Delano Howell intercepts Robbie Fouch's first pass and takes it 42 yards for a touchdown​

    The 2nd quarter saw Stanford and Braylon Ingram start to take over the game. Stanford outscored Washington 14-0 and would be receiving the 2nd half kickoff, with an opportunity to go up by 3 touchdowns. With 4:53 left in the half, Player of the Game and Pac-10 Player of the Week, Ingram scored his 1st of 3 touchdowns on the day. After leading the Cardinal offense down into striking distance for the first time, Ingram plunged in from the 2 yardline to put Stanford up for good. On their next possession, backup quarterback Josh Nunes, who filled in admirably, throwing for 278 yards and 1 touchdown, hit big-play receiver JR Patterson for a 48-yard touchdown with 1:48 left in the half and the Cardinal would head into the break up 21-7.

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    JR Patterson hauls in a pass, makes one man miss, and breaks a tackle to score​

    Stanford picked up where it left off in the 2nd half with a soul-crushing 3:05 drive that ended with Ingram scoring his 2nd touchdown of the day, this time from 5 yards out and the game was over. The Stanford defense did a great job shutting down the Husky offense and all Washington could muster in the 2nd half was a 43-yard Eric Folk field goal with :04 left in the 3rd quarter. The ensuing kickoff was returned to the 31 yardline and on the first play of the 4th quarter, Ingram put the icing on the cake for Stanford as he faked a handoff to Usua Amanam and ran back to the left 69 yards for the final touchdown of the game.

    Next week, Stanford travels to Tempe to face Arizona State.


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    Ingram capped his 3 touchdown day with this 69-yard run

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    Stanford's defense was impressive all day, Howell's pick 6 and Keiser's 2nd half sack

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    Josh Nunes and JR Patterson hook up for a 48-yard touchdown
     
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    Week 7 Schedule/Results/Standings

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    Week No.​
    Date​
    Opponent​
    Score​
    Record​
    1​
    8/27​
    Bye​
    2​
    9/3​
    @ New Mexico
    31-27​
    1-0 (0-0)​
    3​
    9/10​
    Northern Illinois​
    42-7​
    2-0 (0-0)​
    4​
    9/17​
    USC​
    31-27​
    3-0 (1-0)​
    5​
    9/24​
    Washington State​
    14-24​
    3-1 (1-1)​
    6​
    10/1​
    @ #15 Washington
    35-10
    4-1(2-1)
    7​
    10/8​
    @ Arizona State
    40-33
    5-1(3-1)
    8​
    10/15​
    Oregon State​
    9​
    10/22​
    @ UCLA
    10​
    10/29​
    Arizona​
    11​
    11/5​
    @ #22 Oregon
    12​
    11/12​
    Bye​
    13​
    11/19​
    Notre Dame​
    14​
    11/26​
    @#13 Cal
    15​
    12/3​
    Bye​


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    Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8 Column 9
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    Team​
    Record​
    Pct​
    Conference​
    1 Washington State
    3-1​
    0.750
    2-0​
    2 #19 Stanford
    5-1​
    0.830
    3-1​
    2 #22 Oregon
    3-2​
    0.660
    3-1​
    4 Oregon State
    2-0​
    0.750
    2-1​
    5 #15 Washington
    4-1​
    0.800
    1-1​
    6 UCLA
    3-3​
    0.500
    1-2​
    7 USC
    3-2​
    0.600
    1-2​
    8 Arizona State
    2-4​
    0.330
    1-3​
    9 #13 Cal
    3-1​
    0.750
    0-1​
    10 Arizona
    1-3​
    0.250
    0-2​
     
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    #19 Stanford 40-33 Arizona State

    Luck Returns and Leads Cardinal to Victory

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    Andrew Luck celebrates 1 of his 3 touchdown passes​

    For the 2nd game in a row, Stanford's defense forced a fumble on the first play of the game when Thomas Keiser flew out from his position at defensive end into the flat and stripped the ball carrier from behind and Delano Howell was able to fall on it before it rolled out of bounds. The Cardinal offense trotted out onto the field, led once again by star quarterback Andrew Luck, who has recovered from his hip pointer. Luck did well in trying to get his Evo Heisman campaign back on track, completing his first 15 passes and earning Player of the Game honors again. Stanford converted the Sun Devil turnover into 7 points on just 3 plays, covering 22 yards, as Luck went 3-3 ending with a touchdown pass to JR Patterson.

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    Thomas Keiser forces a fumble and JR Patterson breaks a tackle to reach the end zone​

    Arizona State responded with a 6 play 67-yard touchdown drive to tie the score 7-7. Luck would once again be unstoppable, which was good because Stanford would lose freshman phenom running back Braylon Ingram for the game on their 2nd drive with a strained peck. Luck would go 5-5 throwing for another 69 yards and throwing a touchdown pass to star freshman tight end Ben Hill. Hill has been great through half a season, he is currently leading the Pac-10 in receptions and is tied for 4th with 4 touchdown catches, but by the looks of things today, those numbers and rankings are only going to improve. The 1st quarter ended with Stanford up 14-7 and on the 1st play of the 2nd quarter, Luck hit Hill on a corner route, Hill slapped down one defender and hurdled another to score on the 31-yard pass play. David Green added 2 field goals after Arizona State scored a 2nd quarter touchdown to get to within a touchdown and Stanford went into the half up 24-14.

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    Ben Hill scores a touchdown on the first play of the 2nd quarter​

    Stanford came out and after moving the ball to the Arizona State 28 yardline, had to settle for a 45-yard field goal, Green's 3rd of the day. With :22 left in the quarter, Stepfan Taylor scored on a 2-yard run and up 34-14 heading into the 4th quarter, felt a little too comfortable. Arizona State took just under 2:00 to respond with a touchdown to cut the lead to 13. Stanford recovered the onside kick, but couldn't gain a first down and had to settle for Green's 4th field goal of the day to make the score 40-20. One minute later, Arizona State scored again to get to within two scores, then recovered the onside kick and scored :27 later to get to within 7 after the missed PAT. This time, Stanford recovered the onside kick and was able to run out the clock and improve to 5-1 overall 3-1 in the Pac-10.

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    Matthew Masifilo celebrates his sack and Ben Hill celebrates his touchdown

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    Thomas Keiser forces a fumble on the first play of the game, Matthew Masifilo gets a sack

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    12 Andrew Luck

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    29-35 309 Yards 3 TDs

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    Luck Heisman Report Week 7

    Luck Solid in Return

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    Andrew Luck earns Player of the Game honors in his return​

    Andrew Luck comes back and throws for over 300 yards and 3 touchdown passes in his return from hip pointer that kept him out of the last 7 1/2 quarters for Stanford. While his Heisman campaign suffered a major blow missing nearly 2 games, more performances like that will have him back in the thick of things by season's end. Luck's numbers for the day were 29-35 for 309 yards and 3 touchdowns.

    Stat 2009 2010 2011 Career[/SIZE]
    QB Rating 98.4 109.8 182.0 115.2
    Completions 191 211 108 510
    Attempts 423 404 138 965
    Total Passing Yards 2394 2484 1218 6096
    Passing TDs 14 17 13 44
    Interceptions 11 16 1 28
    Average Yards Per Game 199.5 207.0 243.6 210.2
    Completion % 45.2 52.2 78.3 52.8
    Average Attempts 35.3 33.7 27.6 33.3
    Longest Pass 67 70 56 70
    Times Sacked 43 30 10 83
     

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