Like many Americans, former NFL champion and Ultimate Indoor Football League great Jared Lorenzen was out and about this morning surfing for some post-Christmas deals. What was The Hefty Lefty on the search for? A toy horse for his kids because best dad ever, am I right?
Well, that hunt took a turn for the interesting when Jared hit up his local Target. As you can see from the...
I wonder how Jared Lorenzen truly would fair under center for the Arizona Cardinals?
After Carson Palmer’s replacement Drew Stanton went down Thursday night against the Rams and third-stringer Ryan Lindley took over, the former New York Giants and Kentucky Wildcats star offered his services to the Cards.
Last time the Super Bowl was in #Arizona I was there. It there again this...
The Arizona Cardinals quarterback situation went from troubling to very troubling during Thursday’s offensive juggernaut in St. Louis. The team with the league’s best record lost starter Carson Palmer to a torn ACL last month and just lost backup Drew Stanton to a sprained knee for an unknown amount of time. Although Stanton may very
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The Arizona Cardinals ended up beating the St. Louis Rams Thursday night, but they may end up being the big losers in the end. The team was already playing with its second string quarterback in Drew Stanton, but ended up playing much of the second half with a guy they just signed a few weeks ago (Ryan Lindley) after Stanton was hurt.The extent of Stanton's injury was not announced...
The Arizona Cardinals were down to their third-string quarterback on Thursday night (Carson Palmer was already out for the season and Drew Stanton left the game with an injury), so Jared Lorenzen decided to jokingly throw his name in the mix in case the NFC West contenders were looking for some new backups. Lorenzen, who...Read More
Kentucky quarterback Patrick Towles suffered an ankle injury during this afternoon’s contest against Tennessee. The sophomore dual threat had to leave the game and head to the locker room to be evaluated, but has since returned to the contest.
A couple Louisville radio hosts appeared to be somewhat pleased that Towles was hurt, an emotion that stemmed from a comment made earlier...
Former Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen caused some controversy on Wednesday when he basically said he was glad Louisville quarterback Will Gardner was out for the season and he hoped DeVante Parker and Michael Dyer would miss the U of L-UK … Continue reading →
Arkansas Razorbacks offensive tackle Sebastian Tretola is a massive man at 6’5” and 350 pounds, but he got a chance to play quarterback for a play on Saturday against the UAB Blazers. In the second quarter, the Hogs ran this trick play with Tretola hitting Alan D’Appollonio on a six-yard touchdown to take a 28-0 lead. Former Kentucky […]
From time to time we see our larger than life brothers on the football field do some pretty incredible things. We've seen some monster blocks, some crazy hits, an interception, a nice fumble return, and even some short yardage work on offense running and even catching the ball.But throwing touchdown passes to the long snapper? No. Not at all. Well, not till now at least.@SBNationGIF...
Time for Jared Lorenzen to relinquish his record as the fattest person to throw a touchdown pass in college football history. Arkansas guard Sebastian Tretola, who clocks in at 6’5″ 350 lbs, threw a touchdown pass to the Razorbacks long snapper after initially lining up to kick a short field goal. This was a great trick […]
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LSU leads, 39-16-1
In Baton Rouge, LSU leads, 23-5-1
In Lexington, LSU leads, 16-11
Currently, LSU has won three in a row at home and five of six in the series overall.
Longest home/away streaks
Home winning streak – LSU, 12 games, 1955-1975
Home unbeaten streak – LSU, 13 games, 1953-1975
Road winning streak – LSU, 5 games, 1978-1986
Kentucky won two in a row at...
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier paid Kentucky a very backhanded compliment on his Fox Sports Atlantic coach’s show on Sunday night, saying that the Wildcats are no longer the same “slow” program as years past.
spurrier: kentucky “has athletes now. they’re not the same slow team they used to be.”
— Allen Kenney (@BlatantHomerism) September 29, 2014
Preseason NFL. High school football on ESPNU. Baseball. Basketball. Soccer on the SEC Network. Boxing. Racing. Golf. Tennis. If you can’t find...
Jared Lorenzen is still one of those people who will always grabs the attention of sports fans and remains in our conscience regardless of circumstances. It’s not hard to see why. How many 300+ pound quarterbacks are there in the world? Better yet, how many enormous, offensive lineman-sized guys can wiggle, run, throw and play […]
Patrick Towles was name the starting quarterback for the Kentucky Wildcats’ opener against Tennessee-Martin and coach Mark Stoops and offensive coordinator Neal Brown delivered the news to him on Monday morning before the Cats’ final open practice of the fall. Former UK quarterbacks Tim Couch and Jared Lorenzen spoke to CN2 about the decision to start […]
Kentucky's Jared Lorenzen and Matt Elam combine for one very large photo.
We saw earlier this month how large of human Kentucky freshman DT Matt Elam is. At 6-foot-7 and 375 pounds, Elam looks about exactly the same size as former Kentucky QB Jared Lorenzen. Related: 10 Impact freshman for the upcoming season [Jared Lorenzen]
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Former Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen is in no way a small dude. He’s 6-foot-4, and is listed at 320 pounds. Basically, if you want to make the man affectionately known as the “Hefty Lefty” look small, you have to be a gargantuan human being. Kentucky defensive tackle Matt Elam — who is listed at 6-foot-7 and 375 pounds — is one such person. Yesterday, Lorenzen posted...
Matt Elam is a freshman defensive tackle for Kentucky and while freshmen lineman at a historically poor football program typically receive little attention, Elam is different. The guy is listed on the UK roster at a whopping 6’7″, 375-pounds.
His presence in Lexington has provoked some comparisons to another large product of the Wildcats: Jared Lorenzen. The former Kentucky quarterback...
Former Kentucky Wildcat quarterback Jared Lorenzen, who was known as the Hefty Lefty during his great college football career, has continued to pack on the weight since he graduated from SEC football.
Shortly after Lorenzen’s short NFL career came to an end when the Indianapolis Colts released him leading up to the 2008 season, the studly quarterback caught on with a few semi...
After learning of the new NCAA food rules Jared "Hefty Lefty" Lorenzen weighed in via Twitter.
Former Kentucky Wildcats quarterback Jared Lorenzen, whose unusual weight for a quarterback earned him the nicknames “Hefty Lefty,” “Pillsbury Throwboy” and the “Abominable Throwman,” took to Twitter on Tuesday to weigh in on the NCAA’s decision to allow schools to give unlimited amounts of food to their athletes:
I'll tell u what the NCAA really lucked out that I...
Few college athletes would have been more excited to play under what some are calling “the Shabazz Napier rule” than former Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen.
Lorenzen, a cult hero at UK who recently returned to the national spotlight as an indoor football star, weighed in at more than 260 pounds during his collegiate days — a number that has since grown north of 300.
Thanks in part to UConn guard Shabazz Napier complaining that he goes to bed “starving” at night while college sports are bringing in millions of dollars, the NCAA’s legislative council approved a proposal on Tuesday that will expand the meal allowance for all athletes. Under the new rules, athletes will have access to unlimited meals […]
I’ll tell u what the NCAA really lucked out that I don’t have any eligibility left.
— jared lorenzen (@JaredLorenzen22) April 15, 2014
The Hefty Lefty may be recovering from a broken leg, but he hasn’t lost his sense of humor. Jared Lorenzen dropped this bomb on Twitter after the new NCAA Unlimited Food and Snacks Policy was announced, much to the delight of current and former...