Stanford Central: How will Cardinal replace Andrew Luck?
Scott Reiss was at Pac-12 Media Day in L.A. and spoke with coach David Shaw, running back Stepfan Taylor, and players and coaches from around the league about the upcoming season.
Second straight years Stanford football has been chosen to finish second in the pac twelve north division behind rival or again the cardinal has fifteen players returning who have started at least seven games. But as Scott -- reports of focus at pac twelve media day it was on the one player. Who is not coming back. At Stanford at the new college football season begins with ones sobering realization. Andrew Luck has moved on. Nothing particular element of all the clock management and all time you lose stuff -- -- a lot of rough Lester and do as I was grip of the car script for Stanford and I prefer for the NFL but at the university with -- offense like because I know. David put a lot on his shoulders and he was so Smart so intuitive that he did a lot of things the line of scrimmage will they continue to be able to do that. I don't know our mistake as -- Try to prepare too much for Andrew Luck and they ran for 400 yards against this coats -- occasion found out first hand that which luck made all too easy to overlook. Stanford is not pass happy offense and you'll be the first to tell -- that -- games. Began and he was running game. That the running game set up everything that we did and that won't change we we wanna have a physical presence on the before this competition so. A million dollars and I went out cars you possibly can out there and you know -- Half and it's clear Jones gonna move right overlook these I guess there was others compete and have fun. There's no question the cardinal will miss everything -- brought to the program but there's a certain excitement level among players and coaches about establishing a new identity. They feel they have something to prove this season. An interest in X-Factor for a team that's already projected to be in the top 25. In Los Angeles Scott race. Comcast sports net and taking a look at the Cardinals schedule Stanford begins camp -- August 5 and that will play its first three games at home the trojans who were picked to lead the pac twelve south. Is it September 15 for the first conference game. After that Stanford must play its fourth toughest conference game. On the road.