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He was highly rated in high school, but no service ranked him the No. 1 quarterback in the country, let alone the No. 1 quarterback of the last 15-plus years. As Andrew Luck started to succeed at Stanford and NFL teams started to struggle elsewhere, however, that all changed in a hurry.

We continue our ambitious offseason series, counting down the top 40 moments of the Harbaugh/ Shaw era. No matter how you slice it, Stanford football has arrived. Though we've since assumed all the trappings of a football powerhouse – the three straight runner-up finishes in Heisman voting, the two straight BCS bowl berths and top-10 finishes, the top-ten 2012 recruiting class, or the eminent...

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