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August 12, 2011

Andrew Luck’s Secret Life

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By The Daily Axe Staff
Andrew Luck-My Morning Jacket

ESPN’s Ted Miller suggests that (the now-shaven) Andrew Luck looks like musician Josh Groban (or, in the blog post, Josh Grobin). SI.com’s Andy Staples and Dan Rubenstein of The Solid Verbal draw the connection between Luck and vocalist/guitarist Jim James of My Morning Jacket. After a secret investigation into the facts of the matter, we’ve discovered that Staples and Rubenstein were more correct than they ever could have first imagined.

How Andrew Luck actually spent his summer: rocking America

So now we know what that “Hirsute of Victory” was really for. Turns out, its appearance during the summer touring season was no random coincidence. Whether sales of the My Morning Jacket catalog will suffer in the wake of the shaving is yet to be seen.

Secret rock life of Andrew Luck: EXPOSED.

(Original image via Wikipedia using a Creative Commons GNU Free Documentation License)

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