Pep Hamilton, whose official title for Stanford was "Andrew Luck Director of Offense," has agreed to become Luck's offensive coordinator for the Indianapolis Colts, according to league sources.
Hamilton was on a short list of candidates to succeed Bruce Arians as the team's offensive coordinator. Arians accepted the Arizona Cardinals' head-coaching job Thursday. Hamilton was scheduled to interview for the Colts' job as early as Friday, one source said.
Hamilton had extensive experience as an NFL assistant coach when he joined Stanford in 2010 as wide receivers coach. In 2011, he was promoted to offensive coordinator during Luck's final season in which Stanford set a school record by averaging 43.15 points per game.
Could get interesting up North with his departure. That with Chip Kelly Leaving for Phili the Northern PAC12 looks up for grabs.
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