Fiesta Bowl 2012 Score Update: Andrew Luck Goes Deep, Cardinal Leads 7-0

After going half of the first quarter with both Stanford and Oklahoma State's offenses not doing much of anything, the Cardinal was able to connect on a deep Andrew Luck pass for a touchdown. Stanford had been handing the football off to Stepfan Taylor to run the football, perfectly setting up the 53-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Ty Montgomery. Andrew Luck dropped back to pass, executed the play fake perfectly, and Montgomery was wide open down the field.

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The easy touchdown puts Stanford ahead early 7-0. The Oklahoma State defense played well early in the game, but if they're going to start biting on the play action fakes of Stanford, they could be in for a long night. Literally every Okie State defensive player bit on the play action fake by Luck. Luck showed his arm off a bit on the throw as well, throwing the ball about 50-yards in the air and hitting Montgomery in stride.

For more on this game, visit Oklahoma State blog Cowboys Ride for Free and Stanford blog Rule of Tree, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes and SB Nation Bay Area.

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