Here's the Play Where Andrew Luck Was Lined Up at Wide Receiver and Threw a 62-Yard Bomb

If you’re not watching, Stanford led 10-6 at the break, then USC scored two quick touchdowns in the first five minutes of the third quarter to take a 20-10 lead, but Andrew Luck marched the Cardinal back down the field twice to take a 24-20 lead. I know Andrew Luck’s one-handed catch was incredible, but this play was much, much cooler. If you’re wondering why Musburger is hardly excited, it’s because he’s on the Trojans.

[UPDATE: Andrew Luck threw a pick-six with three minutes left to gives USC a 7-point lead, but then he drove the Cardinal down the field to tie the game at 34 and send it into overtime. In the third overtime, Stanford took a 56-48 lead on a Luck TD pass, and then USC RB Curtis McNeal – who rushed for 143 yards and two scores – fumbled in the end zone and Stanford recovered. So Stanford won, and incredibly, covered the spread of 7.5.]

[vid via CJ]

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