He went on to obliterate the Pac-10 Conference career touchdown record with 85, breaking the 22-year-old mark held by John Elway, who had 77 scoring passes at Stanford (1979-82).
In the fourth quarter of a game versus Arizona in November of 2004, Walter suffered a third-degree vertical separation of his throwing (right) shoulder. He would undergo surgery on Dec. 7 by Dr. James Andrews and ended up falling to the Oakland Raiders in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft.
A groin injury in 2005 held him back but an Aaron Brooks injury has opened a door that he hopes will never close.
Andrew Walter talks about his opportunity as the Oakland Raiders starter and taking his game to the next level: