Tuesday, Apr 15, 2014 8:31 pm
Former Kentucky Quarterback Jared Lorenzen Would Have Loved To Have Unlimited Meals And Snacks During College
Jared Lorenzen, a former Kentucky quarterback, is now a 315-pound gunslinger for the Northern Kentucky River Monsters, a charter member of the Ultimate Indoor Football League, founded in 2011. The 6-foot-4 behemoth of a player wasn’t quite that large during his collegiate playing days, but he was close to that size. It’s probably safe to say he did some serious damage in the Wildcats’ dining halls.
After what happened today, though–the NCAA ruled that in-season athletes can be given unlimited food and snacks–Lorenzen probably wishes he was still playing in Lexington, Ky.
And, yes, it turns out that the former Wildcat does.
I’ll tell u what the NCAA really lucked out that I don’t have any eligibility left.
— jared lorenzen (@JaredLorenzen22) April 15, 2014
If Lorenzen got to 315 pounds having to pay for most of his food, how big would he have gotten with a free, all-you-can-eat-whenever-you-want buffet at his disposal?