VIDEO: Andrew Luck Trucks Cal Defender On Long Run In Big Game

The Stanford-Cal rivalry's football component is called the Big Game, for the sake of brevity and the aggrandizement of two schools that don't play many big games. Andrew Luck just made one of the better plays in the rivalry's history.

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That's a 58-yard run for Luck, and one absolute annihilation of a defender with a powerful hybrid of a stiff-arm and a lowered shoulder.

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It's just one more memorable moment in a fantastic college career for Luck, who chucked a 40-yard pass while falling down last week, and something that the defender, Sean Cattouse, would probably love to forget. If he feels that way, he should probably avoid highlight shows this week.

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