“I like to call it a one-two punch,” Richardson said. “Me and Andrew, we’ve been around each other for quite a while now leading up from the Heisman to the draft and training and stuff. Andrew’s a good guy, just meeting him and his family, just knowing what type of person he is and just knowing that we’re going to grow together, how young we are, we going to be here for a while. We’re not planning on going nowhere. We plan to be here, we plan to grow and we plan to win a lot of games.”
Richardson believes the Colts are going to be a very tough team to match up with.
“You got Reggie Wayne on the one side, you got T. Y. Hilton, you got Andrew and you got a good defense over there,” Richardson said. “Just with the whole program, like I said, we just got to take one play at a time and do whatever you can to maximize our strengths and get our different matchups and make sure we win every game.”
The Colts aren’t actually going to “win every game.” But Richardson and Luck may win a lot together, for a long time.