Stanford Remains Undefeated

Not Just Luck: No. 7 Stanford gaining 'attitude'

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    Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck (12) drives for a first down against Arizona safety Anthony Wilcox (3) in the third quarter of an NCAA college football game in Stanford, Calif., Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

    Stanford is showing it has more than just Andrew Luck.

    Three different running backs ran for touchdowns, Max Bergen blocked a field goal and returned it for a score and Michael Thomas forced the defense's first interception in No. 7 Stanford's 48-7 romp over Colorado on Saturday.

    Through a 5-0 start this season, the seventh-ranked Cardinal have become a more complete team than a year ago.

    Stanford coach David Shaw even made it a point to go for it twice on fourth down with his team already leading big in the second half because he didn't want to stall the ``attitude'' they
     had established.

    With bigger matchups looming against Washington, Southern California and Oregon, the Cardinal might be ahead of schedule.