Last week: 26-of-33 passing for 370 yards, three TDs and one INT; one rush for two yards in 48-7 win over Colorado.
Season (five games): 80-of-112 passing for 1,013 yards, 11 TDs and one INT; 11 rushes for 58 yards and one TD; one reception for 13 yards.
John Elway was on present. But the main attraction at Palo Alto was again Luck, who threw for the second-most yardage of his career. His most impressive moment came on third-and-26, when he rolled to his left and threw across his body for a 27-yard gain to keep the scoring drive alive. He may not lead the nation in passing yards or TDs, but arguably no single player is more important to his team's success than Luck, who pushed the Cardinal to their 13th straight win, equaling a school record set between 1939-41.
Next up: Saturday at Washington State
Text: Cory McCartney, SI.com
Photo: Peter Read Miller/SI