Found January 19, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Indianapolis Colts hired Pep Hamilton as their new offensive coordinator, and he will be reunited with quarterback Andrew Luck and tight end Coby Fleener. Hamilton, whose official title for Stanford was "Andrew Luck Director of Offense," succeeds Bruce Arians, who accepted the Arizona Cardinals' head-coaching job Thursday. After one season as Stanford's wide receivers coach in 2010, Hamilton was elevated to offensive coordinator in 2011. The Cardinal averaged 43.2 points with Luck at quarterback in his final year and then rolled to a 12-2 season in 2012 that ended with a Rose Bowl victory. After the 2011 season, Luck was drafted No. 1 overall by the Colts. Hamilton also interviewed with the New York Jets for their offensive coordinator job, and said he spent more than four hours interviewing with the University of Oregon about the Ducks' head coaching job. "It's been somewhat of an adventurous week for me," Hamilton said. "But I&...

Report: Luck's former OC could be joining him in Indy

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck could be reuinted with his former college offensive coordinator. reported Friday that Stanford's Pep Hamilton is a leading candidate to replace former Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who took the Arizona Cardinals' head-coaching job Thursday. Hamilton, the Cardinals' offensive coordinator during Luck'...

Colts hire Stanford's Hamilton as OC

Pep Hamilton already knows what he wants to do with the Indianapolis Colts offense. He'll build around Andrew Luck, take advantage of all that young talent in Indy and do everything he can to keep Luck out of harm's way. He can't wait to get going. Just minutes after the Colts made Hamilton's hiring official Saturday afternoon, the former Stanford offensive coordinator...

2013 Colts will have Pep in their step

Colts Offensive Coordinator Pep Hamilton with Andrew Luck on the Stanford Sideline(USA Today) Well…that didn’t take long! Colts Offensive Coordinator Bruce Arians’ seat wasn’t even cold when the Colts announced his replacement on Friday. Shortly after Arians gave his introductory press conference as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, Pep Hamilton was named the Colts offensive...

Report: Colts hiring OC Pep Hamilton

A person familiar with the decision says Stanford offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton has accepted the same position with the Indianapolis Colts, where he will be reunited with quarterback Andrew Luck. The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity Friday because the deal has not yet officially been announced by the Colts. Team owner Jim Irsay tweeted that...

Stanford’s Pep Hamilton leaving to become Colts OC

There’s a Stanford reunion taking place in Indianapolis. Pep Hamilton will be rejoining his former football pupils Andrew Luck and Coby Fleener on the Colts, who named the Stanford OC to the same position on Friday. Parks and Rec star Jim Irsay hinted about the hiring earlier in the day on Twitter: COLTS O. could have some pep to it this fall. — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) January...

2012 NFL Season Report Card: Indianapolis Colts

Unlike the first two teams report cards in the AFC South, the next two teams had quite different seasons. From go almost everyone had the Houston Texans pegged to repeat as division winners. But what not even the biggest optimist in Indianapolis predicted was that the Colts would end up finishing only one game behind Houston in the final standings. In a season that was all about...
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