Stanford Vs. Arizona Score Update: Andrew Luck Off To Slow Start With Cardinal Offense

Over one quarter into play between the Stanford Cardinal and the Arizona Wildcats and quarterback Andrew Luck doesn't have a touchdown pass. However, his team does have a 13-3 lead over Arizona. Luck had guided his team to Arizona's two-yard line on the Cardinal's second drive of the game. However, Luck was unable to convert a 3rd-and-2, having to settle for a Jordan Williamson 20-yard field goal.

Luck next drive went better when he started things with a 39-yard pass to Chris Owusu. Anthony Wilkerson wound up finishing the drive with a 24-yard touchdown run. Luck is 7-of-11 for 106 yards while Stepfan Taylor is the leading Stanford rusher with 82 yards.

Both teams exchanged field goals in the second quarter, with Williamson booting a 45-yarder for the 13-3 lead.

For more news and notes on this game, visit our Stanford blog Rule of Tree and our Arizona blog AZ Desert Swarm. To catch up on all the action, visit our Week 3 college football StoryStream.

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