Stanford's Luck Cool in Crunch Time

Stanford's Luck Cool in Crunch Time

Andrew Luck lost his cool twice Saturday night in Los Angeles.

A double meltdown in triple-overtime? Is that any way to impress the Heisman and BCS voters? Is the pressure getting to Luck?

The first flip-out came immediately after Luck threw the worst pass in college football history, a pick-six that put Stanford behind USC by seven points with three minutes left in the fourth quarter.

Stanford coach David Shaw tells what happened next:

"He came off (the field) and he was irate, as upset as I've ever seen him, for about 30 seconds," Shaw said Tuesday at his weekly media briefing.

I asked Shaw if he tried to calm Luck down.

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