Entering the 2011 season, Andrew Luck was at or near the top of nearly any Heisman watch list you came across.
After four games, Luck has done little to change that front-runner perception, whether it be through statistical production — 11 touchdowns against just one interception, completing over 71 percent of his passes — or the burgeoning Legend of Luck — one-handed, sideline tiptoe reception; calling his own plays à la Peyton Manning.
In other words, the kid’s kinda good, the fact of which his head coach is fully aware.
On Monday night’s “College Football Talk” show on Versus, Stanford coach David Shaw talks about the talent and leadership of Luck and the role he’s played in leading the No. 6 Cardinal to a 4-0 start and first place in the Pac-12. Check out the interview below.