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Jacquizz Rodgers is a second-year running back for the Atlanta Falcons out of Oregon State. And while he may not be a household name just yet, he has a name that nevertheless is certainly unique, one that sticks in your head upon hearing it.
Speaking of things sticking, Rodgers was photographed rocking a t-shirt that bears a message incorporating “Quizz,” the nickname he goes by, created out of his already original name. Obviously, I don’t need to tell most of you out there that there are many, many ways in which to incorporate that moniker into all sorts of delightfully sophomoric references. Which is something the shirt Rodgers was wearing accomplished on a brilliant level:
Haha. Once again, fantastic.
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