“It’s going to be a multiple, attack, up-tempo offense. We’re going to be aggressive.” Frank Reich’s plans for the Indianapolis Colts’ offense is music to Andrew Luck’s ears. Reich, hired to be the Colts’ new head coach on Sunday, comes to Indy from Philadelphia, where he served as the Eagles’ offensive coordinator the last two seasons. The Eagles, as we all know, just parlayed that same aggressive approach into the franchise’s first-ever Super Bowl title, a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots on Feb. 4. Now Reich will be dialing up the plays for Luck and Colts’ offense. “That sounds great,” Luck said with a smile Thursday in a video chat with Colts.com. “I know all the best offenses that I’ve been a part of in my career we’ve not been static and we’ve attacked. And I’m sure he’ll have a great flavor and we’ll involve as many people as we can, and attacking defenses is what it’s all about." Like everybody else within the Colts’ organization, Luck watched on with great interest as it appeared the team was actually zeroing in on hiring New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels to be its next head coach. But when McDaniels, who had agreed to terms with the Colts, decided not to take the job the night of Feb. 6, the team immediately shifted its focus to three new possible candidates, one of which included Reich.