January 6, 2011 by staff
Andrew Luck, (AFP) – North Carolina – Andrew Luck, considered the best hope college available in the next draft of the National Football League, announced Thursday he will remain at Stanford University for his senior season.
The star quarterback of the NFL to avoid the riches of a year to complete his dissertation and break the heart of the Carolina Panthers, the league worst record of 2-14 gives them the first overall pick This year’s unclaimed talent. Caroline has been looking for a quarter of the allocation of players in April and luck would have fitted perfectly to their needs.
The Panthers have already received the unfortunate news in their search for a new coach, who decided not to re-sign a new contract with John Fox, after his contract expires after the season-ending defeat Sunday.
“I am determined to earn my degree in architectural design from Stanford University and I am on track to achieve this at the end of spring quarter of 2012,” Luck said.
Luck, whose father Oliver was fourth in the NFL, has two years of eligibility remaining in college after leading Stanford to a record of 12-1, but is currently completing his dissertation in time to be set for the project of 2012 in NFL.
Adding to the uncertainty about the NFL season is that a lot of work between the owners and players expires on March 4, potentially scuttling the NFL draft anyway with a labor dispute that could set place a lockout of players by clubs.
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