The former starting quarterback retired from the sport Monday after a complete tear of his right chest muscle, ending a collegiate career filled with dramatic highs and devastating injuries.
A painful spring has taken a toll on football teams in the Pac-12. Stanford quarterback Josh Nunes may not be ready for the fall after suffering an undisclosed injury to his throwing arm during a workout.
In the midst of eighth-ranked Stanford’s surprising run to Friday night’s Pac-12 title game against No. 17 UCLA, Josh Nunes’ new role might appear to be an awkward and unenviable one.
In one of the smoothest and least controversial midseason changes any major program will ever have, Kevin Hogan has quietly supplanted Josh Nunes under center.
Washington rallied from 10 points down to stun No. 8 Stanford 17-13 on Thursday night.
With Andrew Luck no longer around to match Matt Barkley, the No. 21 Cardinal (2-0) must find a way to slow second-ranked Southern California’s passing game Saturday night in a rematch of last season’s triple-overtime thriller.
Jordan Williamson kicked a career-long 46-yard field goal and the go-ahead score from 20 yards, and No. 21 Stanford survived a 20-17 win over San Jose State on Friday night in its first game since Andrew Luck left.
Back then, former Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh allowed defenders to sack the quarterback on select plays. Nunes ran into the huddle for his turn in the rotation, and Harbaugh threw him a curve.
Cardinal coach David Shaw announced Tuesday that the junior won the lengthy and close competition against sophomore Brett Nottingham. He replaces the NFL’s No. 1 overall pick and two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up Andrew Luck.