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Former NFL QB Jared Lorenzen weighs in on new NCAA food policy

By John Breech | CBSSports.com

Jared Lorenzen wishes he still had some NCAA eligibility left. (Twitter/LostLettermen)
Jared Lorenzen wishes he still had some NCAA eligibility left. (Twitter/LostLettermen)

The last time we saw former NFL quarterback Jared Lorenzen, he was playing indoor football and he looked like -- well, you can see what he looked like in the photo above. Lets just say, he's put on few pounds since taking his last NFL snap in 2007.

The 'Hefty Lefty' might not be in the NFL anymore, but he's still on Twitter, which is a good thing because it allowed him to weigh-in on the NCAA's decision to allow schools to give unlimited amounts of food to their athletes. Lorenzen attended Kentucky from 2000-03 when athletes didn't get unlimited amounts of food.

The 320-pounder's reaction:

This should come as no surprise, after all this is the guy who once ate nachos from a fan during an indoor football game.

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