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August 26, 2010

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By The Daily Axe Staff
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Herbstreit on the Set of ESPN’s “College Gameday” with co-host Lee Corso (Image via Wikipedia)

Hey Stanford fans–Kirk Herbstreit, perhaps ESPN’s best and most visible college football analyst, is holding a public internet poll to determine the winners of his annual Herbie Awards, which will be handed out on ESPN on August 31st at 7:30 PM. Please go to the site where the voting is taking place and vote for Stanford QB Andrew Luck for the “QB you would most want with the game on the line” category. In case you have trouble finding it with the above link, you can find the voting via the ESPN Sportsnation Poll Center under “Special Topics,” and then under “Herbie Awards Part II.” The nomination itself (Herbstreit was a quarterback himself at Ohio State) is an honor, but let’s make Luck the winner. Vote yourself, and then encourage all your fans to vote for Andrew as well by using the social media sharing links located at the end of this post (you will need to click on the post and navigate away from the homepage to see them). Good Luck!

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