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Luck Ready to Fill Peyton's Shoes

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On the day before Andrew Luck's big day, and the Indianapolis Colts' big day, they took the quarterback through the media carwash.

First, he did "The Today Show." Then he was among the draftees to take part in an NFL Play 60 Clinic at a park. Then he spoke to the hordes of national and even international media. And then he found time to go one-on-one with the Indy media, finally stopping to sign footballs for military personnel who had gathered nearby.

All the questions were permutations of the same five queries:

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