Players

Andrew Luck
QB #12
Height:
6-4
Weight:
240
Age:
25
College:
Stanford
Hometown:
Houston, TX
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2014):

TDS
29
INT
10
YDS
3,641
RTG
99.4
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 976 1,661 11,837 7.1 75 37 93 580 86.5 171 825 4.8 11 26 11
2014 IND 11 11 294 464 3,641 7.8 29 10 20 107 99.4 46 193 4.2 2 10 4
2013 IND 16 16 343 570 3,822 6.7 23 9 32 227 87 63 377 6 4 6 2
2012 IND 16 16 339 627 4,374 7 23 18 41 246 76.5 62 255 4.1 5 10 5
Recent Games
WKOppResultPassingRushingFumbles
CompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
1 @DEN L 24-31 35 53 66 370 7 2 2 3 16 83.1 5 19 3.8 1 -- --
2 PHI L 27-30 20 34 58.8 172 5.1 3 1 0 0 89.3 4 20 5 0 -- --
3 @JAC W 44-17 31 39 79.5 370 9.5 4 0 2 5 140.4 3 15 5 0 -- --
4 TEN W 41-17 29 41 70.7 393 9.6 4 1 0 0 123.3 1 -1 -1 0 -- --
5 BAL W 20-13 32 49 65.3 312 6.4 1 2 1 7 72.8 6 22 3.7 1 1 0
6 @HOU W 33-28 25 44 56.8 370 8.4 3 1 3 7 97.7 7 18 2.6 0 1 1
7 CIN W 27-0 27 42 64.3 344 8.2 2 0 2 9 105.7 4 5 1.3 0 1 1
8 @PIT L 34-51 26 45 57.8 400 8.9 3 2 2 15 91 3 26 8.7 0 1 0
9 @NYG W 40-24 25 46 54.3 354 7.7 4 0 1 9 108.4 2 5 2.5 0 2 0
11 NE L 20-42 23 39 59 303 7.8 2 1 1 0 90 3 15 5 0 -- --
12 JAC W 23-3 21 32 65.6 253 7.9 1 0 5 39 100.1 8 49 6.1 0 4 2

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Selected by the Colts in the first round (1st Overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:

  • Started all 38 games he played in at Stanford, completing 713-of-1,064 passes (67.0 percent) for 9,430 yards, 82 touchdowns and 22 interceptions, as he set school career records for touchdown passes and pass completion percentage.
  • Was a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist in 2010 and 2011. 
  • Named the Maxwell Award Winner for the National Collegiate Player of the Year, the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year and the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year following the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Was also the recipient of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Trophy and named the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year by CoSIDA in 2011.
  • Finished his collegiate career at Stanford with 31 victories as a starter, the most ever attained by a Cardinal quarterback. His winning percentage (81.5) is the best in school history.
  • Helped lead Stanford to 29 consecutive weeks in The Associated Press Top 25 poll, including 22 consecutive weeks in the Top 10.
  • Quarterbacked three of the most prolific offensive teams in school history by helping Stanford amass 461 points in 2009 as a freshman, a school-record 524 points as a sophomore and 561 points as a junior, the seventh-highest total in the nation.
  • With 82 career touchdown passes, left school ranked fourth in Pac-12 Conference history. His career-high 37 scoring strikes as a junior are surpassed by only Southern California’s Matt Leinart (38 in 2003) for the Pac-12 Conference season record.
  • Earned the top two spots on the Stanford season record chart with 37 touchdown passes in 2011 and 32 connections in 2010.
  • Finished second in school annals behind Steve Stenstrom (10,531 yards; 1991-1994) for the most passing yardage for a career, and his pass attempts (1,064) and completions (713) both placed fourth in school history.
  • Holds the second and third positions in the Stanford season record book with passing yardage figures of 3,517 yards as a junior and 3,338 yards as a sophomore, topped by only Steve Stenstrom’s 3,627 yards in 1993.
  • Completed 288 attempts in 2011 to rank behind only Stenstrom’s 1993 total of 300 while his 2010 figure of 263 completions rank fourth on the Cardinal annual record chart.
  • The first Cardinal to amass over 10,000 yards in total offense (10,387), establishing a new Stanford record and finishing sixth in Pac-12 history.
  • Accounted for 3,791 total yards in 2010 and 3,667 in 2011 to earn the top two positions on the Cardinal season record list.
  • Threw for over 300 yards in eight contests during his collegiate career, the fourth-best total by a Stanford passer.
  • Became the first Stanford player to throw for at least four scores more than twice in a season.
  • Holds the school career record for quarterbacks with 957 rushing yards. Set the season rushing record for a quarterback in 2010 with 453 yards and also ranks third on the list with 354 yards on the ground in 2009.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended Stratford High School in Houston, Texas.
  • Finished his prep career with 7,139 yards and 53 touchdowns on 488-of-824 passing (.592) while also adding 2,085 rushing yards in three seasons.
  • As a senior, completed 196-of-338 pass attempts for 2,684 yards and 19 touchdowns and rushed for 671 yards. Earned second-team All-Texas honors for Class 5A.
  • Selected as an All-America by SuperPrep and listed as the nation’s seventh-best quarterback by the publication in 2007.
  • Threw for 2,926 yards and 27 touchdowns on 176-of-257 passing and rushed for 714 yards in his junior season.
  • Named the 19-5A District MVP and was a Rivals.com All-America pick in 2006.
  • Totaled 1,529 yards and seven touchdowns through the air on 116-of-229 passing as a sophomore, adding 700 rushing yards.
  • Served as the valedictorian of his high school’s graduation class of 2008.
  • Served as a co-spokesperson for the “COLTSTRONG, LIBRARYSTRONG” campaign for the Indianapolis Library.
  • Hosted an NFL Play 60 event with Indianapolis Public School students.
  • Co-hosted the 12th Man Leukemia Jam, an event to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma society.
  • Participated in the Colts QB Shopping event with Shepherd Community Center as a volunteer shopper.
  • Visited Riley Hospital for Children to spread cheer during the holidays.
  • Donated 20 tickets per game to Riley Hospital for Children at IU health, Ronald McDonald House and Habitat for Humanity.
  • Was a 2012 NFL Super Bowl Contest Spokesperson.
  • At Stanford, carried a 3.48 cumulative grade point average as an architectural design major.
  • Son of former Houston Oiler and West Virginia quarterback Oliver Luck.
  • A native of Houston, Texas.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Selected by the Colts in the first round (1st Overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:

  • Started all 38 games he played in at Stanford, completing 713-of-1,064 passes (67.0 percent) for 9,430 yards, 82 touchdowns and 22 interceptions, as he set school career records for touchdown passes and pass completion percentage.
  • Was a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist in 2010 and 2011. 
  • Named the Maxwell Award Winner for the National Collegiate Player of the Year, the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year and the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year following the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Was also the recipient of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Trophy and named the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year by CoSIDA in 2011.
  • Finished his collegiate career at Stanford with 31 victories as a starter, the most ever attained by a Cardinal quarterback. His winning percentage (81.5) is the best in school history.
  • Helped lead Stanford to 29 consecutive weeks in The Associated Press Top 25 poll, including 22 consecutive weeks in the Top 10.
  • Quarterbacked three of the most prolific offensive teams in school history by helping Stanford amass 461 points in 2009 as a freshman, a school-record 524 points as a sophomore and 561 points as a junior, the seventh-highest total in the nation.
  • With 82 career touchdown passes, left school ranked fourth in Pac-12 Conference history. His career-high 37 scoring strikes as a junior are surpassed by only Southern California’s Matt Leinart (38 in 2003) for the Pac-12 Conference season record.
  • Earned the top two spots on the Stanford season record chart with 37 touchdown passes in 2011 and 32 connections in 2010.
  • Finished second in school annals behind Steve Stenstrom (10,531 yards; 1991-1994) for the most passing yardage for a career, and his pass attempts (1,064) and completions (713) both placed fourth in school history.
  • Holds the second and third positions in the Stanford season record book with passing yardage figures of 3,517 yards as a junior and 3,338 yards as a sophomore, topped by only Steve Stenstrom’s 3,627 yards in 1993.
  • Completed 288 attempts in 2011 to rank behind only Stenstrom’s 1993 total of 300 while his 2010 figure of 263 completions rank fourth on the Cardinal annual record chart.
  • The first Cardinal to amass over 10,000 yards in total offense (10,387), establishing a new Stanford record and finishing sixth in Pac-12 history.
  • Accounted for 3,791 total yards in 2010 and 3,667 in 2011 to earn the top two positions on the Cardinal season record list.
  • Threw for over 300 yards in eight contests during his collegiate career, the fourth-best total by a Stanford passer.
  • Became the first Stanford player to throw for at least four scores more than twice in a season.
  • Holds the school career record for quarterbacks with 957 rushing yards. Set the season rushing record for a quarterback in 2010 with 453 yards and also ranks third on the list with 354 yards on the ground in 2009.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended Stratford High School in Houston, Texas.
  • Finished his prep career with 7,139 yards and 53 touchdowns on 488-of-824 passing (.592) while also adding 2,085 rushing yards in three seasons.
  • As a senior, completed 196-of-338 pass attempts for 2,684 yards and 19 touchdowns and rushed for 671 yards. Earned second-team All-Texas honors for Class 5A.
  • Selected as an All-America by SuperPrep and listed as the nation’s seventh-best quarterback by the publication in 2007.
  • Threw for 2,926 yards and 27 touchdowns on 176-of-257 passing and rushed for 714 yards in his junior season.
  • Named the 19-5A District MVP and was a Rivals.com All-America pick in 2006.
  • Totaled 1,529 yards and seven touchdowns through the air on 116-of-229 passing as a sophomore, adding 700 rushing yards.
  • Served as the valedictorian of his high school’s graduation class of 2008.
  • Served as a co-spokesperson for the “COLTSTRONG, LIBRARYSTRONG” campaign for the Indianapolis Library.
  • Hosted an NFL Play 60 event with Indianapolis Public School students.
  • Co-hosted the 12th Man Leukemia Jam, an event to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma society.
  • Participated in the Colts QB Shopping event with Shepherd Community Center as a volunteer shopper.
  • Visited Riley Hospital for Children to spread cheer during the holidays.
  • Donated 20 tickets per game to Riley Hospital for Children at IU health, Ronald McDonald House and Habitat for Humanity.
  • Was a 2012 NFL Super Bowl Contest Spokesperson.
  • At Stanford, carried a 3.48 cumulative grade point average as an architectural design major.
  • Son of former Houston Oiler and West Virginia quarterback Oliver Luck.
  • A native of Houston, Texas.
 

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