Andrew Luck takes his next step

Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck makes his next move.

In 2019, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck surprisingly retired at the age of 29. happiness played at elite level. He was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and led the league in touchdowns in 2014 (40).

On Monday, Bradford M. Freeman’s director of football, David Shaw, offered an update on Luck’s life after football The Rich Eisen Show.

What does Andrew Luck do after football?

According to Shaw, Luck will be returning to Stanford this fall to start grad school. He is aiming for a Master of Arts in Education, per The Stanford Daily.

“He’s moved on, he’s starting grad school this fall,” Shaw said.

“Yeah, I don’t know if I should make this public or not, but yeah, he’s starting grad school this fall,” Shaw continued. “He and his wife Nicole are coming back here and he’ll just be there. He loves the Stanford area and he and his family will be spending some time here and we can’t wait to be near him.”

Luck previously graduated from Stanford in 2012 a bachelor’s degree in architectural design.

Of course, Luck also had a great college football career at Stanford. He was a two-time Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year (2010, 2011). He finished it Second in Heisman voting in both 2010 and 2011. As a result, he was selected by the Colts with the first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. Andrew Luck takes his next step

John Verrall

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