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  • Sat., Apr. 19, 2014 2:00PM - 5:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Lakeview Church Party in the Park

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Tue., Apr. 22, 2014 5:00PM - 7:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Family Resource Night Extravaganza

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., Apr. 25, 2014 11:00AM - 12:30PM EDT Colts In Motion - Plainfield Elementary Schools Walkathon

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sat., Apr. 26, 2014 10:00AM EDT Colts In Motion - Indy Mutt Strut

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sun., Apr. 27, 2014 10:00AM - 5:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - WTHR Health & Fitness Expo

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., May. 09, 2014 6:00PM - 9:00PM EDT Official Draft Party On Friday, May 9, fans can attend the team’s Official Drafty Day Party, sponsored in part by Bud Light and 1070 The Fan, to catch coverage of the draft at Colts Grille from 6-9 p.m.
  • Fri., Jun. 13, 2014 6:00PM - 9:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Cool Creek Concert Series

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Mon., Jun. 16, 2014 6:00PM - 8:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Indiana FFA Convention Chapter Fun Night

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Fri., Jun. 20, 2014 9:00AM - 11:00AM EDT Colts In Motion - Touch A Truck

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

  • Sat., Jun. 28, 2014 5:00PM - 7:00PM EDT Colts In Motion - Indiana Legend Carl Storie with special guest Brett Wiscons Concert

    Colts In Motion is a 42-foot-long travelling museum full of interactive Colts history and memorabilia. It is free of charge and sure to take your event to the next level. There is no better way to show your Colts pride than to feature Colts In Motion at your next event.

Coaches

Pep Hamilton
Offensive Coordinator
Hometown:
Charlotte, NC
Experience:
8

Pep Hamilton joins the Colts in his first season as the team’s offensive coordinator. Hamilton comes to Indianapolis with 15 years of coaching experience in the NFL and collegiate ranks.

 

Hamilton spent the last three seasons at Stanford University (2010-12), his last two as the team’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He worked closely with current Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who was a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist, the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year (2010 and 2011), the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award recipient, the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year and the Maxwell Award winner as the nation’s top player. Luck threw 82 touchdown passes in 38 career games, breaking John Elway’s career record for touchdown passes. Luck also moved to the top of Stanford’s career list in total offense.

 

In 2012, Hamilton and the Cardinal were the victors of the 99th Annual Rose Bowl as the team compiled a 12-2 record (8-1 Pac-12). Stanford averaged 27.9 points per game and 374.4 net yards per game. Hamilton tutored quarterback Kevin Hogan, who completed 109-of-152 passes for 1,096 yards and nine touchdowns after being inserted as the starter for the remaining five games of the season. He also guided running back Stepfan Taylor, who finished his Stanford career as the team’s all-time leader in career rushing yards (4,212) and tied the school career record in total touchdowns (44).

 

In his first season as Stanford’s offensive coordinator in 2011, the Cardinal scored a school-record 561 points while averaging 43.2 points per game, which ranked seventh in the nation. The offense also set school single-season records for total offense (6,361) and finished eighth in the country in net yards per game (489.3).

 

As Stanford’s wide receivers coach in 2010, Hamilton coached a total of 17 players who caught passes, including 10 who hauled in at least one touchdown from Luck. Stanford’s wide receivers and tight ends combined to catch a school-record 32 touchdowns, while setting the single-season record for scoring (524), scoring average (40.3) and total offense (6,142 yards).

 

Prior to joining Stanford, Hamilton spent seven seasons in the NFL. He served as the quarterbacks coach of the Chicago Bears (2007-09) and was an offensive assistant and quarterbacks coach with the San Francisco 49ers in 2006. Hamilton was with the New York Jets for three seasons holding titles as offensive assistant/quarterbacks coach (2004-05) and offensive quality control coach (2003). He spent one season as the pro personnel intern for the Baltimore Ravens in 2002 before landing his first full-time position with the Jets in 2003. Hamilton also interned with the Washington Redskins (2001) and Kansas City Chiefs (2000).

 

In his final season as the quarterbacks coach for the Bears (2009), Hamilton guided Jay Cutler, who set single-season franchise records for completions (336) and passing attempts (555). In 2008, Kyle Orton compiled the fifth-highest completion percentage in team history (58.5) while finishing sixth in franchise annals in passing yards (2,972).

 

With the 49ers, Hamilton helped groom Alex Smith to become the first quarterback in team history to take every snap from center over an entire campaign (2006). He also worked closely with Jets quarterback Chad Pennington in 2004 as New York started 5-0 prior to Pennington’s injury that forced him to miss the next three games.

 

Hamilton began his coaching career at his alma mater, Howard, where he served as the Bison’s quarterbacks coach from 1997-2001. He also took on duties as the team’s offensive coordinator for three seasons (1999-2001). A former college quarterback, Hamilton earned Howard’s scholar-athlete award on two consecutive occasions (1995 and 1996) before earning his business degree in 1997.

 

Coaching Career

1997-1998       Howard                                    Quarterbacks

1999-2001       Howard                                    Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

2000                Kansas City Chiefs                  Summer Coaching Intern

2001                Washington Redskins             Summer Coaching Intern

2002                Baltimore Ravens                    Pro Personnel Intern

2003                New York Jets                         Offensive Quality Control

2004-2005       New York Jets                         Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks

2006                San Francisco 49ers               Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks

2007-2009       Chicago Bears            Quarterbacks

2010                Stanford                                  Wide Receivers

2011-2012       Stanford                                  Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

2013                Indianapolis Colts                    Offensive Coordinator

Pep Hamilton joins the Colts in his first season as the team’s offensive coordinator. Hamilton comes to Indianapolis with 15 years of coaching experience in the NFL and collegiate ranks.

 

Hamilton spent the last three seasons at Stanford University (2010-12), his last two as the team’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He worked closely with current Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who was a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist, the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year (2010 and 2011), the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award recipient, the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year and the Maxwell Award winner as the nation’s top player. Luck threw 82 touchdown passes in 38 career games, breaking John Elway’s career record for touchdown passes. Luck also moved to the top of Stanford’s career list in total offense.

 

In 2012, Hamilton and the Cardinal were the victors of the 99th Annual Rose Bowl as the team compiled a 12-2 record (8-1 Pac-12). Stanford averaged 27.9 points per game and 374.4 net yards per game. Hamilton tutored quarterback Kevin Hogan, who completed 109-of-152 passes for 1,096 yards and nine touchdowns after being inserted as the starter for the remaining five games of the season. He also guided running back Stepfan Taylor, who finished his Stanford career as the team’s all-time leader in career rushing yards (4,212) and tied the school career record in total touchdowns (44).

 

In his first season as Stanford’s offensive coordinator in 2011, the Cardinal scored a school-record 561 points while averaging 43.2 points per game, which ranked seventh in the nation. The offense also set school single-season records for total offense (6,361) and finished eighth in the country in net yards per game (489.3).

 

As Stanford’s wide receivers coach in 2010, Hamilton coached a total of 17 players who caught passes, including 10 who hauled in at least one touchdown from Luck. Stanford’s wide receivers and tight ends combined to catch a school-record 32 touchdowns, while setting the single-season record for scoring (524), scoring average (40.3) and total offense (6,142 yards).

 

Prior to joining Stanford, Hamilton spent seven seasons in the NFL. He served as the quarterbacks coach of the Chicago Bears (2007-09) and was an offensive assistant and quarterbacks coach with the San Francisco 49ers in 2006. Hamilton was with the New York Jets for three seasons holding titles as offensive assistant/quarterbacks coach (2004-05) and offensive quality control coach (2003). He spent one season as the pro personnel intern for the Baltimore Ravens in 2002 before landing his first full-time position with the Jets in 2003. Hamilton also interned with the Washington Redskins (2001) and Kansas City Chiefs (2000).

 

In his final season as the quarterbacks coach for the Bears (2009), Hamilton guided Jay Cutler, who set single-season franchise records for completions (336) and passing attempts (555). In 2008, Kyle Orton compiled the fifth-highest completion percentage in team history (58.5) while finishing sixth in franchise annals in passing yards (2,972).

 

With the 49ers, Hamilton helped groom Alex Smith to become the first quarterback in team history to take every snap from center over an entire campaign (2006). He also worked closely with Jets quarterback Chad Pennington in 2004 as New York started 5-0 prior to Pennington’s injury that forced him to miss the next three games.

 

Hamilton began his coaching career at his alma mater, Howard, where he served as the Bison’s quarterbacks coach from 1997-2001. He also took on duties as the team’s offensive coordinator for three seasons (1999-2001). A former college quarterback, Hamilton earned Howard’s scholar-athlete award on two consecutive occasions (1995 and 1996) before earning his business degree in 1997.

 

Coaching Career

1997-1998       Howard                                    Quarterbacks

1999-2001       Howard                                    Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

2000                Kansas City Chiefs                  Summer Coaching Intern

2001                Washington Redskins             Summer Coaching Intern

2002                Baltimore Ravens                    Pro Personnel Intern

2003                New York Jets                         Offensive Quality Control

2004-2005       New York Jets                         Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks

2006                San Francisco 49ers               Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks

2007-2009       Chicago Bears            Quarterbacks

2010                Stanford                                  Wide Receivers

2011-2012       Stanford                                  Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

2013                Indianapolis Colts                    Offensive Coordinator