This past Sunday morning, I depressed my clutch to start my Vette and the clutch pedal stayed stuck to the floor. The engine sounded normal at start-up, and there were no unusual blips on the D.I.C. Realizing something was wrong, I immediately shut off the car. I tapped on the clutch pedal, but it did not budge. I attempted to start the car again, and it sounded horrible, so I immediately shut it off again; My car is a 2003 coupe, with 72,600 miles on her. Obviously, it seems like my clutch is toast, but just wondering if there could be any other possible causes to the clutch pedal sticking. The unusual thing, is that I wasn't having any difficulty shifting the car into any gear before this happened. I took the car for a spin the previous evening, and it drove like a dream; guess I should be glad that I was able to make it home, and not get towed-in. The ironic and funny thing, "Little Red Corvette" by Prince was actually playing on the radio when this was happening; life does like to mock us from time-to-time. Any thoughts are much appreciated.