Stew Blake

  • joined Dec 09, 2010
  • last login Feb 13, 2014
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Stew is a journalism major that eats, sleeps, and breathes Colts football, while dishing out a grade of excellence that is only rivaled by Peyton Manning. That's been the story ever since he was a kid. He also enjoys spending time with his beautiful girlfriend and pointing out how great his favorite sports teams (Colts, Buckeyes, Reds) are, even if they really aren't.

Stew covered the 2012 NFL Combine for Stampede Blue and was subsequently almost blinded by St. Elmo's famous cocktail sauce. He also appears as a fan of the fictitious Gotham Rogues in the epic film, The Dark Knight Rises, so you know he's cool. You can follow Stew and his personal ramblings via Twitter at @stewblake22.

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  • MLB Cincinnati Reds
  • NBA Los Angeles Lakers
  • NFL Indianapolis Colts
  • NCAAF Ohio St. Buckeyes
  • NCAAB Ohio St. Buckeyes
  • Golf Tiger Woods, Keegan Bradley, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Nick Price
  • Boxing Kid Dynamite
User Blog

Jim Irsay Says Luck Deal Will 'Get Done,' Two Sides Are Still Close


Andrew Luck still isn't officially a colt, but Colts owner Jim Irsay insists that the day is almost here.

Luck's Leadership Qualities Already Brightly Shining Through


Wooing people with incredible athletic ability is a given for a No. 1 pick, but finding a rookie that can come in and direct an offense, despite missing a few weeks, and to do so with an authority, is a rarity that really speaks to the nature of Luck's maturity.

Luke Links: 'The Fleenster' Edition


Your newest edition of Luke Links: 'The Fleenster'

Luke Links: 'Fair-Weather Indy?' Edition


Your newest edition of Luke Links: 'Fair-Weather Indy?'

Luke Links: 'The Orton Effect?' Edition


Your newest edition of Luke Links: 'The Orton Effect?'

Luck Faces Pressure-Filled Rookie Effort


Along with the already insanely high expectations, Andrew Luck will have to endure the pressure of being the new face of the Colts, the wondrous storyline that preceded him, and more.

Luke Links: 'Re-Link/Yawn Tuesday' Edition


Your newest edition of Luke Links: 'Re-Link/Yawn Tuesday'

Luke Links: 'Offensively Elite? Already?' Edition


Your newest edition of Luke Links: 'Offensively Elite? Already?'

Luke Links: 'Just Kidding, You Can't Borrow My Plane' Edition


Your newest edition of Luke Links: 'Just Kidding, You Can't Borrow My Plane'

Luke Links: 'The Neckbeard Rises' Edition


Your newest edition of Luke Links: 'The Neckbeard Rises'

2012 NFL Draft, Colts Select 'Mr. Irrelevant' Chandler Harnish With Final Pick


The Colts conclude the draft with the selection of another quarterback a.k.a Mr. Irrelevant.

Why I Like, Not Love, The Colts' Day Two Selections


The Colts have a defensive-minded head coach and are in the midst of switching to a 3-4, but that’s clearly not enough to scare Ryan Grigson away from satisfying his offensive cravings.

2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 26-32 In Round One


2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 26-32 In Round One

2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 21-25 In Round One


2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 21-25 In Round One

2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 11-15 In Round One


2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 11-15 In Round One

2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 6-10 In Round One


2012 NFL Draft: Recapping Picks 6-10 In Round One

2012 NFL Draft, Colts Select Andrew Luck No. 1 Overall In Round One


Jim Irsay confirmed it. Ryan Grigson confirmed it. Andrew Luck was always going to be #1 and no one should be surprised. Arguably the most sound quarterback prospect since John Elway, Luck has it all: intelligence, athleticism, extreme accuracy, a big frame, a highly underrated, powerful arm, and the media chops to bring it full circle.

Ryan Grigson Confirms The Selection Of Andrew Luck


Jim Irsay confirmed as much in a tweet last week, but now Ryan Grigson has officially confirmed that Andrew Luck will be the Colts' new quarterback.

2012 NFL Draft: Marvin Harrison Will Announce Colts' Second And Third-Round Picks


Former Colts tackling mad man a.k.a. linebacker Jeff Herrod announced the selection of Ben Ijalana last year. This year? The great Marvin Harrison will have the honor of announcing the Colts second and third-round selections.

Luke Links: 'Indy Is Prime-Time No More' Edition


Luke Links: 'Indy Is Prime-Time No More' Edition: The Colts are having trouble selling tickets... Ryan Grigson's mind is made up... Don't expect a return of your favorite exiled Colts... and the prime-time Colts are a thing of the past...

Colts 2012 Schedule: Andrew Luck Faces Immediate Challenge


On paper, the Colts strength of schedule lies in the middle of the pack and that's kind of a good thing. Yes, we know the 2012 season won't be all puppy dogs and ice cream. However, 2012 should be pretty fun. Andrew Luck and the Colts might disagree when all is said and done though.

Luke Links: 'Schedule Tuesday' Edition


Luke Links: 'Schedule Tuesday' Edition: Dallas Clark could be finished... Peyton Manning is a classy dude... Want a QB? Go to Texas... and it's schedule Tuesday...

Luke Links: 'Everybody Loves Andrew' Edition


Luke Links: 'Everybody Loves Andrew' Edition: Jim Irsay loves Andrew Luck... Trent Dilfer loves Andrew Luck... The draft should provide some exceptional tight end talent... and Anthony Gonzalez has always loved Tom Brady's UGGs...

Luke Links: 'Drafting A Monster' Edition


Luke Links: 'Drafting A Monster' Edition: The Colts will be drafting a monster... Jerry Hughes' time is almost up... Robert Griffin III could be lingering in the back of Jim Irsay's mind... and Donnie Avery is still a burner...

Luke Links: 'Build The Monster' Edition


Luke Links: 'Build The Monster' Edition: Andrew Luck v. RG3 continues... The AFC South has some really good running backs... Robert Mathis is ready to be a linebacker... and 'Build the Monster' has commenced...

Tommy Z Is Ready To 'Build The Monster' A.K.A. 'Beat The Crap Out Of People'


You know that guy? That football player who got paid to beat the crap out of people during the lockout as a professional boxer? Yep. Well, as of now, he's one of our newest Colts and I must admit: I'm already loving the fire this guy is bringing to Indy.

Tom Moore: Andrew Luck Is 'The Real Deal', 'Draft Him And Never Look Back'


One of the closest relationships Peyton Manning maintained over the last decade was that with offensive coordinator, Tom Moore. Working together, they constructed one of the most dominant and pressure-inducing offenses in the game. Fourteen years after Manning came into the league, Andrew Luck will do his best to step in and fill the shoes of a legend that absolutely transcended the game.

Luke Links: 'Makeover Tuesday' Edition


Luke Links: 'Makeover Tuesday' Edition: Antoine Bethea is a warrior... The NFL is getting a small makeover... Andrew Luck is already a Colt, according to some... and the Colts should still have the best QB in the AFC South...

Luke Links: 'You'll Fall Asleep Reading This...' Edition


Luke Links: 'You'll Fall Asleep Reading This...' Edition: Jon Gruden is going to gush about Andrew Luck with Andrew Luck... Peyton Manning is Jason Bourne's brother... The legend of #93 will continue in Indy... and Anthony Castonzo was drafted into mayhem...

Luke Links: 'Indianapolis Is Luck-y!' Edition


Luke Links: 'Indianapolis Is Luck-y!' Edition: The Colts will get Mr. #1 and Mr. Irrelevant... Less people want to watch the Colts live... RG3 could still be a Colt... and Luck isn't being set up for failure in Indy...

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