Found January 11, 2012 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:

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Nick Hill exhibited a little bit of school pride yesterday when he got a rather large tattoo of a spartan warrior along his right oblique. Hill, a redshirt freshman, contributed mostly on special teams leading the team with 38 kick returns for 999 yards. He saw limited work in the backfield, carrying the ball 29 times for 118 yards. He should see more time on offense after junior Edwin Baker announced he's going to forgo his senior season and declared for the NFL draft.

Hill stands five foot seven inches tall. The spartan stands roughly one foot, two inches. My initial thoughts after seeing this: 1. Ouch. 2. I think it's pretty set in stone skin that he won't be transferring. 3. I hope hear about the parlor from Terrelle Pryor. 4. I hope he kept the receipt (evidence of payment is good). 5. Ouch.


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