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Three Golden Arm Award candidates post big performances this week

Weeden, Griffin, Moore among finalists for Unitas award
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<p> Brandon Weeden of Oklahoma State, Robert Griffin of Baylor and Kellen Moore of Boise State posted top performances last week as all three have been named Finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award. Andrew Luck of Stanford and Landry Jones of Oklahoma are also among the five Finalists.</p>

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This Just In: Stanford is Really, Really Good

Andrew Luck has led the Cardinal to the top of the Pac-12
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<p> Andrew Luck has led the Cardinal to the top of the Pac-12</p>

By Mitch Light

Stanford lost its final three games of the 2008 season. Needing only one win to become bowl-eligible for the first time since 2001, the Cardinal lost consecutive games to Oregon, USC and Cal by an average of 16.7 points.

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Andrew Luck vs. LSU or Alabama

Hopefully Stanford’s Andrew Luck can play against LSU or Alabama in a BCS bowl game.
<p> Hopefully Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck can play against LSU or Alabama in a BCS bowl game, maybe even the national championship.</p>
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Stanford’s Andrew Luck may be the best quarterback prospect since the forward pass was popularized. Or at least since Peyton Manning came out in 1998. Maybe since fellow Cardinal John Elway was drafted in 1983.

Athlon Sports Heisman Voting: Week 10

Suck For Luck: Which NFL Team Has The Best Chance At Andrew Luck

We handicap the race to the bottom of the NFL standings and a shot to draft the Stanford star
<p> We handicap the race to the bottom of the NFL standings and a shot to draft the Stanford star</p>

Seven weeks into the NFL season, there are 22 teams with a record of .500 or better, which means they can claim to be in the thick of the playoff race as the NFL season nears its halfway point. But none of them are in the most interesting race – the one happening way down at the bottom of the league.

Athlon Sports Heisman Voting: Week 9

Colorado, Utah Struggling in New League

Buffs, Utes a combined 0–8 in Pac-12 action
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<p> Buffs, Utes a combined 0–8 in Pac-12 action</p>

By Mitch Light

Utah and Colorado are two proud programs that were both welcomed with open arms to the new-look Pac-12. With two BCS Bowl appearances in the past seven years, Utah was regarded as one of the elite non-AQ conference teams in the nation. And while Colorado has fallen on hard times in recent years, the Buffaloes won four Big 12 North Division titles from 2001 through 2005 and won a national title as recently as 1990. Clearly, this is a program that has proven it can win at a high level.

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