Miller: Cardinal more than just Luck
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- This is no way to win a Heisman Trophy. Forty-four rushes against Washington? What sort of otherworldly quarterback does that? If Andrew Luck is so good, then why is he passing for just 169 yards in a 65-21 victory?
There are two responses to that. First, the rumor that Stanford is a one-player team has all the validity of the urban legend that mixing Pop Rocks and Coke will make your stomach explode. This team has plenty of arrows in its quiver.
Second, Stanford setting a new school single-game rushing record with 446 yards actually is all about Luck. Or, at least, a lot about Luck. Unlike most college QBs who are tightly controlled, he makes play calls at the line of scrimmage. He's checking
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