Andrew Luck returned to Lucas Oil Stadium with a new look

Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback, Andrew Luck, made an appearance at the College Football Championship game.

On Monday night, as many sports fans prepared to watch the College Football National Championship, an old friend made an appearance on their screens.

That friend was former Indianapolis Colts quarterback, Andrew Luck. Luck, who unexpectedly retired in 2019 at age 29, rarely makes public appearances, so his presence on the pregame telecast sparked a lot of chatter.

In Luck’s first time being in Lucas Oil Stadium since retiring, he didn’t have his trademark beard, but he was sporting an impressive mustache.

Andrew Luck shares life update while in Indianapolis

Many viewers joked about the coincidence of Luck being in Lucas Oil Stadium a day after the Colts collapse left many longing for the days that Luck was the quarterback of the team.

Others were just happy to see Luck out and about smiling. For many, the last memory they have of Luck is the incredibly sad retirement speech. The world watched as he tearfully relinquished his dream of being an NFL quarterback, at a relatively young age.

When Luck was an active player, he lived a really private life. Once he retired, it was nearly impossible to keep tabs on him. Monday provided an update that many people were curious to learn.

Robert Griffin III asked the question that everyone was waiting for, simply what has Luck been up to. Luck’s response was “full-time daddy duty and it’s been a complete joy.” Add in the smile that he said it with and you can’t help but be happy for Luck.

On Monday, during the college football festivities, Luck was named to the 2022 College Football Hall of Fame Class for his time at Stanford. The class will have its official induction ceremony on Dec. 6, 2022, at a location that has yet to be decided.