Then he offered his own opinion.
"I never really watched him last year, so I didn't really know a whole lot about him," Hawk admitted. "Of course I tuned in and tried to watch him this week (against Rice). The whole fake signing thing he was doing, the get-money deal he did after his first touchdown ... the announcers were going super hard on him, saying he needed to grow up. I disagreed with their (opinions). They sounded like old curmudgeons."
"Just him doing that, I promise, you have no idea how many fans that kid has in NFL locker rooms. We love watching that guy play."
Well, who doesn't? He's well worth the $39.95 a certain cable company is charging pay-per-view customers to watch him take apart Sam Houston State on Saturday.