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Stanford Has Made a Decision Regarding Legendary Quarterback Andrew Luck'

Stanford's football team had some great news to share about Andrew Luck on Wednesday afternoon.

Luck will be honored into the Stanford Hall of Fame, which comes as no surprise.

 TOn September 29, Stanford will officially induct Luck into its Hall of Fame.From 2009 to 2011, Luck was Stanford's quarterback, throwing for 9,430 yards and 82 touchdowns

 The Colts then selected him with the first overall choice in the 2012 NFL Draft. Unfortunately, injuries cut Luck's NFL career short. Fans in Indianapolis were taken aback when he announced his retirement ahead of the 2019 season.

Despite the fact that Luck has been linked to the NFL almost every day for the past three years, there is no sign that he will return out of retirement.

Luck, in reality, began graduate school in the fall of 2022.

 That was a pretty strong indication that he was done with football.

Nonetheless, Luck had a remarkable career at Stanford and deserves to be recognized for it.

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