Shaw on Luck: he is doing what others can’t do

Posted: December 9, 2011 in Coaching Chronicles, College Football
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I previously highlighted Andrew Luck and tried to give some insight into how he represents the Cardinal as a coach on the field in the eyes of the coaching staff.  Here is some more in depth footage of Coach Brian Shaw’s press conference to really “draw back the curtains,” so to speak, on Luck’s overall ability to “manage” a game through the different possibilities that he and the coaching staff come up with.

Coach Shaw talks about Luck checking to “advantage plays” as opposed to just “getting us out of a bad play”, and his ability to handle 300 plus plays in the preparation, management, implementation and execution of a game-plan in any given game.

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