Football Fans Were Delighted To See A Very Skinny Andrew Luck Appear On ESPN, Offer Wholesome Advice


  • Andrew Luck has been retired since 2018 and rarely makes public appearances these days.
  • He joined ESPN’s National Championship coverage in pregame and offered an incredible hilarious, candid moment.
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Prior to the College Football Playoff National Championship, ESPN had Andrew Luck on the broadcast to talk about the keys to the game. Not only did he look very skinny, but he had hilariously obvious advice for both teams.

Luck finished second in Heisman Trophy voting to Robert Griffin III in 2011. After season’s end, he went to the Colts with the first-overall pick in the NFL Draft. With the second overall pick, the Washington Football Team selected RGIII.

The two of them reunited on the sideline in Indianapolis on Monday. Lucas Oil Stadium hosted the National Championship game and RGIII is part of ESPN’s broadcast team after being unsigned in the 2021 offseason.

Luck, who was recently inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, joined the broadcast crew prior to the game. The 32-year-old was 240 pounds during his playing days and looked looked like he was closer to 200 pounds on Monday. He also rocked a very bushy mustache.

Joe Tessitore asked both RGIII and Luck what advice they would give to the players on Alabama and Georgia. Luck went first and gave the most obvious advice.

It was a hilarious, extremely wholesome moment.

“Limit turnovers,” Luck said. “And enjoy the moment!”

RGIII offered his thoughts, but quickly changed the subject. He asked Luck the question we all want the answer to— What has Luck been up to since retiring 2018?

Full time daddy duty, Luck said with a big smile.

It was great seeing Luck back in the spotlight and it remains impossible to dislike him. Football fans reacted accordingly.