Andrew Luck set the school record for the most career touchdown passes and eclipsed his own single-season mark, throwing for 233 yards and four scores.
Mike Eubanks joined the Stanford football program in 2007 and is in his seventh season as assistant athletic director and director of football administration.
As an essential component of the staff's recruiting efforts, Eubanks helped Stanford land a 2012 signing class that was ranked No. 5 in the nation. The Cardinal landed the No. 18 class in 2011 and 2010 and the 10th-best class in 2009.
The 2009-12 successes came on the heels of a 2008 group that was lauded as the country's 40th-best, giving the Cardinal a foundation among the nation's finest.
Eubanks works closely with head coach David Shaw, recruiting coordinator Mike Sanford and the rest of the Stanford staff on all aspects of the recruiting process. His primary responsibilities include the planning and execution of official and unofficial visits, development of marketing messages, strategic planning, management of the recruiting database, maintenance of the recruiting website and faculty involvement.
Eubanks also assists Shaw in information operations, scheduling and special projects including community outreach. Within this role, he also works with the Stanford media relations staff, development office, marketing and other groups within the athletic department. He manages @StanfordFBall, the official Twitter account of Stanford football, along with the program's other social media outlets.
Eubanks leads the innovative honorary captain program, which connects the Cardinal team on game weekends with former players, alumni and campus leaders. The program provides role models and inspiration to the players, while also strengthening the program's relationships with profound leaders in the greater Stanford community.
Eubanks has spearheaded an array of community service outings for the Stanford football team, which was honored in 2010 and 2011 with the Thomas W. Ford Award for the Stanford athletics team "whose student-athletes have demonstrated a special commitment to participation in local community outreach programs."
In 2012, Eubanks was nominated for the Amy J. Blue Award, which honors Stanford University staff members who are exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about their work.
Prior to joining the Stanford program, Eubanks worked in sports publishing and management consulting.
Eubanks earned both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Stanford, graduating in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in chemistry before earning his master's in chemistry in 2000.
Eubanks and his wife, Carridine, reside in Foster City.