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Luck holds court with media

Luck, and Stanford's backup QBs (kidding!)

Coming off a 12-1 season, an Orange Bowl victory and a Heisman runner-up, there is certainly more pressure on Stanford heading into this year. But much like they did during the 2010 campaign, the Cardinal's heady players aren't allowing the outside hype to go to their heads. Here, The Bootleg catches up with a former high school valedictorian, Andrew Luck.

Coaching Carousel Andrew Luck didn't want to say the revamped coaching staff wasn't as intense as last year's, but because of Jim Harbaugh's and David Shaw's respective personalities, you can assume it might be so. He also didn't want to compare the two staffs. He said he's enjoyed working with Shaw and Hamilton, and that hearing different opinions and vantage points has been helpful... Recommended Stories

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