Andrew Luck, Stanford's all-time leader in passing touchdowns, retires from the NFL




 

Relive one of Andrew Luck's finest games on The Farm: a 2011 Big Game win over California. On Saturday, Luck announced his retirement from the NFL. The signal-caller is a 2x Pac-10/12 Offensive Player of the Year and the Cardinal's all-time leader in career passing touchdowns and total offense.

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