(Note: Audio NSFW. Turn down your volume.)
Newly acquired Philadelphia Eagles running back Kenjon Barner is far from accomplished at the NFL level. In eight games as a rookie, Barner recorded a mere 7 yards on 6 attempts (1.2 average) along with 2 receptions for 7 yards. He also somehow managed to fumble once in those very limited touches. Barner didn't do any better as a returner. On two kickoff returns he gained a total of 17 yards, which is obviously very bad.
In college, however, Barner was a star. Playing for the Oregon Ducks under Chip Kelly, Barner played 49 games and ran for 3623 yards on 582 attempts for an average of 6.2 yards per carry. He also scored a total of 41 touchdowns. (41 times 6, that's 246 points!)
Watch Barner's college highlights in the video above and get excited about the newest member of the Philadelphia Eagles, if you dare.
An additional Barner highlights video that runs 27 minutes long can be viewed here:
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