Andrew Luck Calls His Own Plays, NFL Teams Tank Even Harder

As if NFL scouts could possibly adore Stanford Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck any more, now he's minoring in offensive coordination (in addition to playing a little wide receiver):

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For parts of five possessions Saturday, Luck called his own plays out of the no-huddle offense - a rare role for a college quarterback.

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Time and again, he'd scan the UCLA defensive formation, then walk up and down the line of scrimmage barking instructions the way Manning has done it for years for the Indianapolis Colts.

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Two of the no-huddle drives orchestrated by Luck resulted in touchdowns.

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