Stanford Looks To Avoid Jet Lag Against Wake Forest

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- After helping give Stanford a quick start in its opener redshirt freshman quarterback Andrew Luck is looking for a different kind of early wake-up call.

The Cardinal are aiming to open with consecutive wins for the first time since 2004. But they must deal with a Wake Forest team still reeling from its lackluster opener and an early start time Saturday that can bother western teams that travel cross-country.

Stanford (1-0) arrived in Winston-Salem on Thursday to adjust to the time change. The Cardinal are coming off their most productive opener since 2005 -- a 39-13 beating of Washington State.

The reeling Demon Deacons want to avoid their second 0-2 start in three years.


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