I've seen LUCK before, and solid "competition", and I watched LUCK for about 85% of the game against OREGON, and I was impressed...BADLY!
1) He makes poor decisions, like everyone else. I don't know what he's thinking--or seeing--sometimes, especially against a good opponent.
2) He doesn't handle pressure well at all, especially considering he has "tools" to do so. (E.g., his mobility) And then he panics, and makes mistakes beyond even stupidity.
3) Half of his passes "flutter", and while he has enough "arm strength", that flutter makes his passes harder to handle. That's too big an advantage to give a CB at the next level, especially on one throw that a very good NFL QB MUST be able to make: the 20 yard "out" to the wide side of the field.
4) His "deep ball" isn't much at all.
I will watch LUCK in whatever Bowl Game STANFORD goes to: that should provide another game against solid competition. But I'm beginning to wonder about LUCK. I think back to PHIL SIMMS' recent analysis of LUCK's "game", and find myself agreeing w/him more and more.