BEREA – “You’re in.”
When slot receiver Chansi Stuckey enters the game from the sideline, he occasionally gives that message to tight end Benjamin Watson. Stuckey’s looking for a laugh. Watson’s always in.
First-and-10, second-and-2, third-and-18. The situation doesn’t matter. Watson is always in the huddle. On an offense that runs a variety of personnel packages and […]

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