Stanford’s offensive coordinator is getting a new formal title as the school has announced the Andrew Luck Directorship of Offense.
Luck, the former Stanford quarterback picked first overall by the Colts in the NFL draft, has been honored by an anonymous donor who endowed the Directorship in his name.
“It is a tremendous honor to hold this position and to be associated with an outstanding young man like Andrew Luck, who means so much to Stanford football and the Stanford community,” Stanford
offensive coordinator Andrew Luck Director of Offense Pep Hamilton said. “I will do everything in my power to proudly continue the tradition of creative and exciting offensive football at Stanford.”
Whoever this anonymous donor was, he or she will get a tax write off for the donation, thanks to the bizarre IRS rules that consider a football team that plays in a conference with a $3 billion TV contract to be a nonprofit charity.
Luck, a two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up at Stanford, is scheduled to graduate next month with his degree of bachelor of science in engineering.