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Luck '100 percent more comfortable'

(5/9/13) Andrew Luck told NFL Network he was "100 percent more comfortable" with playing in the NFL compared to this time last season. "It is nice to be able to have the full offseason with the team," Luck said. "We have changed (offensive) coordinators, but I have had a great relationship with Pep Hamilton from before. To be around him and talk his style of offense has been great. ... I am glad Pep is coming in, glad I don’t have to learn a completely new playbook. I think he is going to do great with us here."

Luck will still take his shots

(5/7/13) Colts coach Chuck Pagano told ESPN he doesn't expect the Indy offense to be less aggressive with Bruce Arians no longer calling the plays. pep Hamilton, formerly of Stanford, is the new offensive coordinator and he's promised to run a "No-Coast offense" instead of the West Coast system he's been versed in. "Bruce loves throwing the ball down the field. Huge plays, we call them chunk plays, are vital," Pagano said. "We’re still going to take our shots down the field. How many that is a game and what we’re going to ask as far as the offensive line provided time, I can’t tell you. The game will dictate that. But you've got to be able to hit your chunk plays, have a vertical game. The threat of that has still got to be there otherwise defenses are going to be sitting on all our receivers. We've still got some guys who can run. ... By no means are we going to be a dink and dunk, pure West Coast, if you will, three-step drop and get the ball out. I’m sure there'll be a little bit of that flavor built in, but we’re still going to take our shots."

Pagano expects Luck to improve

(3/19/13) Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Tuesday at the NFL owners meeting in Phoenix that quarterback Andrew Luck will continue to improve this season, his second in the NFL. "The speed of the game is going to slow down for Andrew," Pagano said. "He’s a really bright guy. He doesn’t forget very much, if anything. We’ll analyze all the stuff, he’ll analyze it and going into his second year, he’ll do nothing but improve."

Colts offense getting tweaked

(1/22/13) The Indianapolis Star reports that new Colts offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton, who previously held the same position at Stanford, where he coached quarterback Andrew Luck, plans to tweak the offense. Under former coordinator Bruce Arians the Colts were an aggressive, down-the-field passing bunch. He frequently stressed the importance of picking up yards “in chunks.’’ Luck averaged 12.9 yards per attempt, one of the top averages in the league. Hamilton ran a the West Coast offense at Stanford, which revolves around a shorter, more efficient passing game as well as a power running attack. “It’ll be a variation of the West Coast (with) West Coast principles,’’ Hamilton said. “The short, efficient passing game, a high completion rate. But I enjoy watching our guys just come off the ball, the guys up front, and trying to knock the opponent back. I’m a big believer of the power-running game and ... I think that ultimately opens up your passing game, the play-action passes.’’

Luck reunited with former OC

(1/18/13) According to Sports Illustrated, the Colts have hired former Stanford offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton to be the new offensive coordinator in Indianapolis. Hamilton replaces Bruce Arians, who was hired to be the new head coach in Arizona. The move makes sense for the Colts since Hamilton coached quarterback Andrew Luck in college.
 
 
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