Former NFL quarterback Andrew Luck reflects on his journey as he is announced as a member of the 2022 College Football Hall of Fame class. Despite retiring from the NFL at a young age due to injuries, Luck had a remarkable career with the Stanford Cardinal. He played a pivotal role in transforming the struggling Stanford team and earned numerous accolades, including being a two-time Heisman runner-up. Luck credits the supportive people at Stanford, from the coaching staff to his teammates, for his success. He also expresses gratitude towards his father, a former NFL player, who inspired him to excel on and off the field. Despite the pressure of following in the footsteps of Peyton Manning as the Colts' quarterback, Luck demonstrated his talent, earning four Pro Bowl appearances and leading his team to the playoffs four times. Now enjoying his post-NFL life, Luck finds joy in being a fan and cherishing quality time with his family.