Andrew Luck played for Stanford Cardinals from 2009 to 2012. He stepped in as the team's starting quarterback in 2009, and led a vaunted offensive attack, propelling Stanford to three straight bowl games, including the 2011 Orange Bowl and the 2012 Fiesta Bowl.
In April 2012, the Indianapolis Colts selected Luck with the number one pick in the NFL draft. Seen as the successor to Peyton Manning, Luck agreed to a four-year, $22.1 million deal with the franchise.
Luck graduated from Stanford with a bachelor’s degree in architectural design, so no matter how Luck’s NFL career works out, he'll have a Stanford degree to fall back on.
In latest buzz, nine games into a season already littered with tests and trials, the Indianapolis Colts were dealt their biggest blow Tuesday afternoon: Star quarterback Andrew Luck, victim of a lacerated kidney and partial tear of an abdominal muscle, is out two to six weeks. Find out more at Indystar.com.
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