This is what it looks like without Andrew Luck: Going from Heisman finalist to newbie on the road. Going from rocket arm to unsure. Going from team leader to, well, goat.
Ask Josh Nunes.
“That was on me,” said Stanford's quarterback-after-Luck following Stanford's 17-13 upset loss to Washington. “I feel like I let a few of the guys down tonight.”
Nunes said much the same thing more than once. The junior just might be right. Twelve days after their upset of USC, the Cardinal proved themselves unworthy of being the “it” team of the moment. The Cardinal blew a 10-point third-quarter lead while not scoring an offensive touchdown for the first time since 2007.