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So all it meant when Luck decided to stay is that he made a poor financial decision in favor of playing college ball. It has nothing to do with character.
""I am committed to earning my degree in architectural design from Stanford University and am on track to accomplish this at the completion of the spring quarter of 2012," Luck said in a statement."
""Call him old school," Oliver Luck said. "He comes from a faction of people who believe you go to college to pursue your degree.""
"Luck consulted with the Colts' Peyton Manning and the Rams' Sam Bradford before making the decision, ESPN college football analyst Rodney Gilmore reported. Both quarterbacks made similar choices to stay in school."
Miller and Vernon will stick around the NFL for a few years not just based on their talent but where they were drafted but what could be the real sad case here is the rest of the early departures who were drafted in the last 2 rounds and signed as free agents will most likely be out of football in months and most if not all don't yet have their degrees.These guys will be used as examples for the currrent players,especially if someone like Armstrong has a good SR season and gets drafted high.