Stanford Vs. Notre Dame: Andrew Luck Potentially Playing His Final College Home Game

It could be an emotional day for Andrew Luck when he takes the field in Palo Alto at Stanford Stadium this Saturday night. he might very well be playing his final game in college, his final game at home. Luck is likely prepared to declare for the NFL Draft, and he's probably not returning to try and lead the Cardinal back for one last glorious run.

Luck has had one of the greatest quarterback runs in Stanford history, and that includes such luminaries like Jim Plunkett and John Elway. Luck would probably have caught up with most of these quarterbacks if he stayed for another season. It'll be a little bittersweet, as Luck is not looking like he'll capture a conference championship during his time with the Cardinal.

Luck will try to have his third straight good game against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who he has dominated them in his three matchups with one efficient passing performance after another. It'd be typical of Luck to cap off his career with another signature victory against one of the most prestigious programs in college football.

To discuss the game with Stanford football fans, head to Rule of Tree. To discuss the game with Notre Dame football, go to One Foot Down.

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