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April 27, 2011

Luck Appears on ESPN

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By The Daily Axe Staff
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Stanford starting quarterback Andrew Luck appeared on SportsCenter today, via ESPN’s mobile studio. The sophomore star discussed watching a draft he could have highlighted, his decision to stay at Stanford, and new head coach David Shaw. There are no revelations here, except America now knows that Luck had only 30 minutes advanced notice that Harbaugh was headed to Candlestick, Tadao Ando is Luck’s favorite architect, and John Buccigross is a condescending libertarian. Because, you know, no conversation about football and education is complete without praising Ayn Rand.

Enjoy 4 minutes of football talk with one of the college game’s class acts.

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