It is very difficult to keep Stanford Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck off the list this week. Luck and the rest of his Stanford teammates meet the Arizona Wildcats on Saturday along with their horrendous pass defense.
The Wildcats sit 102nd in the nation in pass defense allowing on average, 288 yards through their first two games.
Luck hasn't had the best season so far, but that could all change against Arizona. He has looked a bit out of sorts out of the gate, but that is to be expected. After all, he is playing for a new coach this season.
This is not to say he isn't having a tremendous year, but in comparison to his Pac-12 counterparts, he is not having as stellar a year.
Luck comes into Saturday with a completion percentage of 68.5 percent with six touchdowns and 461 yards through the air. If Luck could ask for a game where he blows the opponent out of the water this year, Saturday in Tucson would be it.
The Wildcat secondary is not nearly ready for the fire that Luck is going to burn up and down the field on Saturday, and their high scoring passing attack won't help them out when Luck is crushing their secondary.
If you haven't considered Luck's first two games on the year satisfactory, then this week you will be happy to see the Andrew Luck you know and love back on the saddle and ready to lead the Cardinal back to victory once more.