ANDREW LUCK RUMORS & GOSSIP
Before Andrew Luck was the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, a rising star quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, he was the big man on campus at Stanford.
Luck, 24, played for the Cardinal from 2008-11, leading Stanford to an 11-2 record and BCS bowl appearance in his final season.
Michelle Wie, who just won the U.S. Open, took classes at Stanford starting in 2006, earning...
Based on the sheer magnitude of the game for the two individuals involved, Andrew Luck has to be my impact player of the week.
The classic David and Goliath scenario took place Sunday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. Four-time NFL MVP Peyton Manning is arguably the greatest quarterback to play the game, at least in the regular season. Luck is trying to follow in his cleats in Indy.
Justin Wilcox was plucked from Tennessee and brought to Washington to be the defensive coordinator charged with rebuilding a beleaguered Huskies defense that became a national punch line a season ago.
Just a few weeks back, it still looked like a major work in progress when LSU overran the Huskies in a 41-3 rout down on the Bayou.
But the amount of progress Wilcox was able to make...
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September 28, 2012
David Shaw and his Stanford players spent the past nine months telling anybody who would listen that the program had enough talent and depth without Andrew Luck to be a national power for years to come.
Now they have everybody's attention.
While it's only the third game of the season, Stanford's 21-14 victory over Southern California on Saturday night showed life without...
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September 16, 2012
In most cases, if someone achieves greatness in their life, there is someone behind the scenes who pushed, encouraged, and supported them. Andrew Luck has achieved greatness, in high school and college. Experts expect him to be successful in the NFL also. So who was the person behind Luck who helped him reach his maximum potential? His name is Oliver Luck, Andrew Luck’s dad.
Though attention inevitably shifted to Andrew Luck every time the Stanford Cardinal took the field a season ago, it was a well-oiled machine under first year head coach David Shaw that ran up 11 wins before coming close to a 12th in a tantalizingly close Fiesta Bowl loss to Oklahoma State that didn't seem to serve as a just reward for one of the greatest seasons in the history...
Stanford Changes “Offensive Coordinator” to “Andrew Luck Director of Offense”Wait till you here this one. Pep Hamilton was formerly the offensive coordinator at Stanford University and while he still may be running the offense, he’s got a new job title now and its absolutely hilarious.
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Who needs to be called an offensive coordinator when they...
It’s simply a formality at this point, but the Colts have officially revealed whose name will be on their draft card Thursday night.
Here’s a hint: You don’t need a hint.
On Tuesday, GM Ryan Grigson confirmed that Andrew Luck will be the team’s No. 1 overall draft pick, days after they reportedly informed the former Stanford Cardinal of their decision.
Luck will join Indianapolis’...
The Indianapolis Colts have their man.
The Colts will select quarterback Andrew Luck with the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft next week, ESPN reported Thursday. The team has already informed Luck, according to the report, although the timing is unknown.
"We've known for a little while. We've done all our due diligence," Colts general manager Ryan Grigson said Tuesday...
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With the first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft the Indianapolis Colts select Andrew Luck, Quarterback, Stanford. No it hasn’t happened yet but the Colts are already on the clock and make no mistake about it, they will take Luck No. 1. At 6-4, 235 lbs Luck has the ideal size to succeed in the NFL.