On January 3, 2011, your Cardinal took on the Virginia Tech Hokies for a shot at ACC-Pac-10 bragging rights and big-time BCS glory — emerging as the 2011 Orange Bowl Champions! With both teams riding the momentum of major regular season winning streaks, the game also marked the first-ever Orange Bowl meeting between Atlantic Coast Conference and Pac-10 teams. Now, you can relive Stanford's historic victory with the Official Game DVD. Stanford put up 40 points on Virginia Tech, getting its first BCS bowl win in fine fashion, 40-12. Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck's four-touchdown night punctuated the best season by a Stanford quarterback, including those of NFL Hall of Famer John Elway and 1970 Heisman winner Jim Plunkett. The Hokie offense had trouble scoring. Tyrod Taylor threw for 222 yards, but was held to only 22 yards rushing, and Tech twice came away empty after driving inside the Stanford 35. Luck, the Heisman Trophy runner-up and Orange Bowl most valuable player, went 18 for 23, threw for 287 yards and four touchdowns to lead Stanford (No. 4 BCS, No. 5 AP) past Virginia Tech (No. 13 BCS, No. 12 AP). Featuring the full-length, commercial-free game broadcast plus special bonus features, this collectible DVD is a must-have addition to any fan's personal archive!