Former Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins can’t help but notice the size difference between him and current Alabama RB Bo Scarbrough when they were recruits.
As Scarbrough scored two first-half touchdowns for the Crimson Tide against Clemson during the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday night, Cousins took to Twitter to joked about the muscle difference.
“On the left: Bo Scarbrough in 10th grade…On the right: Me in 11th grade. Now I know why Alabama never called,” Cousins joked.
Ex-Michigan State QB Kirk Cousins on Alabama RB Bo Scarbrough:
On the left: Bo Scarbrough in 10th grade…On the right: Me in 11th grade. Now I know why Alabama never called. pic.twitter.com/CS3IVIP9ib
— Kirk Cousins (@KirkCousins8) January 10, 2017
The 28-year-old Cousins is currently the Washington Redskins’ starting QB, having fallen just 83 yards short of 5,000 passing yards this past season. While with Michigan State from 2008-11, Cousins passed for 9,131 yards with 66 TDs compared to 30 INTs — so he did more than OK in college.