Stanford's Andrew Luck a Lock to Sweep Postseason Awards?

The Cardinal QB has broken records and is projected to be the top pick in the NFL draft

Andrew Luck, Stanford

Andrew Luck is one of the Top 5 finalists for the 2011 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, a distinction awarded to the nation's top senior quarterback and one that rewards character, citizenship, integrity and those who honor the game. Please click here for a full list of the 2011 Golden Arm Award nominees.

Widely projected as a high pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, Luck spurned the NFL for another year in college, and Stanford fans certainly rejoiced. Luck didn’t disappoint the Cardinal faithful and, if anything, actually improved his NFL stock with another terrific season.

Trusted with some play-calling responsibilities, the fourth-year junior has freedom to change plays and protections. After throwing an interception that was returned for a TD against USC with just more than three minutes to play, he rallied his team for the tying score and the eventual win in overtime.

Luck led the Cardinal to an 11-1 season with the only blemish a 53-30 loss to Pac-12 North champion Oregon. For his part, Luck passed for 3,170 yards and 35 touchdowns.

He has led the Stanford Cardinal to back-to-back BCS bowls.


Passing Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A TD Int Rate
2011 261 373 70.0 3,170 8.5 35 9 167.5
Career 686 1,033 66.4 9,083 8.8 80 21 161.8

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