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The Stanford Cardinal will be inducting a new member into their Hall of Fame on September 29, the school announced Wednesday.

The new inductee will be former Cardinal quarterback and Heisman Trophy runner-up Andrew Luck.

Stanford included a short video of some of Luck’s most memorable moments.

Few players throughout college football have transformed a program like Luck did with Stanford. From 2009-11, Luck threw a school-record 82 touchdown passes, and led Stanford to its winningest season in school history, going 12-1 in 2010 and defeating Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl for the first BCS Bowl win in school history.

Prior to Luck’s arrival, Stanford had been in the AP Top 25 for just three weeks since 1971. In 2010 and 2011 alone, the Cardinal were ranked for 24 weeks.

Luck’s 2011 season was even more impressive than 2010. He broke his own single-season school record with 37 touchdown passes, five more than his 32 the year prior. Luck helped keep Stanford stable following the departure of head coach Jim Harbaugh to the NFL, and played a big part in David Shaw’s first season being a success. The Cardinal went 11-2 and lost in the Fiesta Bowl to Oklahoma State.

Luck went on to be selected first overall by the Indianapolis Colts in the 2011 NFL Draft. He had varying levels of success in Indianapolis despite the team never truly building a strong roster around him, before surprising everyone by announcing his retirement in 2019.

[Stanford Athletics]