Luck expects the Colts to run more of a West Coast offense that relies primarily on short passes than the vertical game Arians' preferred, though he does expect to see both blended into the play calls next season.
"Obviously, it stinks that Bruce had to leave but we're all incredibly happy for him. I don't know if anyone deserves a head coaching job as much as he does. But I'm very, very happy for Pep to be here now," Luck said. "There are a lot of great things that B.A. did that hopefully we'll keep around and continue to do and then to add what Pep knows how to teach, what he can coach. So it will be a great offense."
And for the first time, Luck will have a full offseason program to work with coaches and teammates.
NFL rules prohibited Luck from doing any work at the team complex last year, other than the Colts' three-day rookie minicamp, until Stanford's semester ended in mid-June.
This year, he won't have those kinds of restrictions and Luck believes that will help him become an even better quarterback next season.
"Folks say you make your biggest strides between year one and year two so this offseason, for personal development, I think it'll be very big," he said. "Then as a team, we've got to get better and figure out a way to hopefully win the big one next year."
But until then, Luck has one more game -- and a few more practices -- to keep him busy.
"To me it's an honor to be here, to be around your peers and the guys who are doing incredible things in this league. It's definitely something important," he said. "I've never been to Hawaii before so it's a chance to go to Hawaii and have a great time."