Andrew Luck's father leaving NCAA, Indianapolis to become XFL commissioner

INDIANAPOLIS -- Oliver Luck, the father of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, will leave Indianapolis and his position with the NCAA to become to commissioner and CEO of the XFL. 

Oliver is currently the executive vice president of regulatory affairs for the NCAA, which is based in Indianapolis. He oversees all regulatory functions for the organization, including eligibility, enforcement, and academic affairs. 

"Football has been a constant in my life for more than 40 years," Luck said in a video announcement. "The games will be affordable for the entire family." 

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