Quarterback Andrew Luck has come out in the third quarter with guns blazing, completing back-to-back passes to tight ends to give the Stanford Cardinal a 17-7 lead over the WSU Cougars.
Although Luck had a less-than-stellar first half, going 10-for-16 with only 86 passing yards and his third interception of the year, he led a huge drive in the opening minutes of the second half, launching a 62-yard pass to Coby Fleener to get Stanford to the red zone, before he found another tight end, Levine Tiololo, in the end zone to put the Cardinal ahead of their Pac-12 rival 17-7.
Stanford has held the Cougars to 57 total yards so far. WSU had the flashier defense in the first half, with big hits and red zone stops, but the Cougars' offense has been practically nonexistent. Andrew Luck's game is beginning to wake up, which could mean very bad news for WSU.