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If you can tune in to ESPN radio or ESPN2 on TV, Andrew Luck will be live on Mike and Mike in the morning in about 12 minutes!

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Andrew Luck is a horrible interview..bless his heart...

He gives canned answers that say nothing......

He's very much like Peyton Manning....

love 'em both..but they're not going to tell you anything

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Andrew Luck is a horrible interview..bless his heart...

He gives canned answers that say nothing......

He's very much like Peyton Manning....

love 'em both..but they're not going to tell you anything

thats a good thing though. having a big mouth gets you in trouble

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More ESPN bias...tonight on the 6PM Sportscenter, the rundown included "Grind Getting to Luck?" or something like that...The story was about 30 seconds long, including his answer about how the NFL season is a grind. "Nothing to see here" type response, but oh, ESPN had to blow it up into an issue. I am so SICK of their love-fest with that QB from DC. His injury status was front page news for them all day on all shows...such a joke. I really wish NBC/Comcast or some outlet could rise up and challenge them for the sports "news" monopoly...because they create the news now.

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It's probably worst quality that fans will tire of the quickest.

He's not a great interview. And yes, he's got certain answers down pat. His brain almost defaults to them when asked certain questions. Hopefully, he'll outgrow them in time, and as he gets better and as the team gets better around him.

I'm hopeful, but not overly optimistic. You are who you are, and that's Andrew....

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I'm ok with him being luck. Like that about him. If I wanted all that talk I'd be a skins fan

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More ESPN bias...tonight on the 6PM Sportscenter, the rundown included "Grind Getting to Luck?" or something like that...The story was about 30 seconds long, including his answer about how the NFL season is a grind. "Nothing to see here" type response, but oh, ESPN had to blow it up into an issue. I am so SICK of their love-fest with that QB from DC. His injury status was front page news for them all day on all shows...such a joke. I really wish NBC/Comcast or some outlet could rise up and challenge them for the sports "news" monopoly...because they create the news now.

That's what ESPN does. If you watch them they turn anything into something it's really not. It would be like if they asked Andrew hey Andrew how's the weather? "Well it's kinda cloudy and a little rainy." The headline would be "Luck wonders if the sun will ever rise again!" They do this with everyone though not just Luck. They learned a long time ago people watch if there is drama or controversy going on so they do their best to create it.

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thats a good thing though. having a big mouth gets you in trouble

Tis better to keep your mouth closed and thought of as a fool then to open your mouth and remove all doubt.
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I think the longer he's in the league, the better his answers will get. I like his nerdy quality though. Actions > Words.

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It's probably worst quality that fans will tire of the quickest.

He's not a great interview. And yes, he's got certain answers down pat. His brain almost defaults to them when asked certain questions. Hopefully, he'll outgrow them in time, and as he gets better and as the team gets better around him.

I'm hopeful, but not overly optimistic. You are who you are, and that's Andrew....

That's true..he was raised by a quarterback and I'm sure he's been schooled on how to handle them...

I dont sense he's a wise cracker

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More ESPN bias....because they create the news now.

ALL media these days "create" stories, very few actually report on them in an unbiased manner - its all about getting the biggest bang for their buck!

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Andy Luck is a geek, he's kinda funny looking, doesn't make you laugh, will NOT pull a Victoria's Secret Model....you almost want to steal his lunch money except for the fact that he's bigger stronger and faster than your average bully You'd almost think he grew up down the street and went to Carmel High School.....but folks said that before he got drafted lol. Analysts cited the fact his game is boring, very precise efficient and lame to watch lol...I'm fine with it...excitement can lead to mild heart attacks and gettin your knee snapped by unusually fast Samoan NT's

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Andy Luck is a geek, he's kinda funny looking, doesn't make you laugh, will NOT pull a Victoria's Secret Model....you almost want to steal his lunch money except for the fact that he's bigger stronger and faster than your average bully You'd almost think he grew up down the street and went to Carmel High School.....but folks said that before he got drafted lol. Analysts cited the fact his game is boring, very precise efficient and lame to watch lol...I'm fine with it...excitement can lead to mild heart attacks and gettin your knee snapped by unusually fast Samoan NT's

idk man... Ever seen his girlfriend? lol

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