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That's more like it! Nice work.


I also liked to imagine potential Stanford ND recruits watching the contrast between Coach Shaw and Kelly during the game.

StanfordFan 1980

The ultimate selflessness: "Andrew Luck posed for photos with one incoming recruit after another." He can and will hold his head high, for reasons WE will know and be proud of.

Nice article. Incredible story. Phenomenal run.

Patrick Watters

Looking forward to the Ok St. matchup, should be a good test for the Cardinal, and a good game to watch as well. I have to say, personally speaking, that after watching Oregon, USC and Stanford at this point in the season, I think as teams the non-Cardinals are really better overall right now. That's blasphemous I know, but the "speed" aspect of the game really hurts Stanford at both wideout and defense. That said, Andrew Luck is totally deserving from both a player and person with integrity standpoint (not that he will get it, but if the Heisman Trust stands behind their mission, there's just no other candidate more deserving.) Consider where Stanford is, and without that "speed" aspect, that's a tribute to Andrew's skill and talent, AND brains! Looking forward also to your take on the bowls as they unfold, gotta love college football!

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