Found June 13, 2012 on Sports by Colin:
Although lacking a contract, surefire Colts superstar Andrew Luck impressed teammates on Tuesday with how quickly he’s managed to grasp Indianapolis’ intricate playbook since being drafted first overall on April 26. Luck, who guided Stanford University to an 11-2 record … Continue reading →
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