UCLA's Brett Hundley wishes 'Campus Enforcer' were real life
LOS ANGELES – If the prospect of jail time doesn’t scare you away from breaking the law, maybe a Brett Hundley tight spiral to the dome piece will.
The video “Brett Hundley: Campus Enforcer” made the rounds earlier this year, and it features the UCLA quarterback nailing campus rules violators with footballs to keep the peace. Featuring former UCLA fullback Luke Gane, the video was made for UCLA’s Spring Sing, a student talent show that is described as “UCLA’s oldest and greatest musical tradition.”
Hundley’s initial response when asked about the video? Let’s make this a reality, y’all.
“If they would make something where I could throw footballs at people and not go to jail for it in real life, that would be pretty sweet,” Hundley joked Thursday at Pac-12 Football Media Day. “It was fun, man. I had a good time and being able to throw footballs at people riding skateboards and smoking on campus was exciting.”
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UCLA coach Jim Mora says the video, which took two weeks to film and features the head honcho in a “supporting role,” allows people to see a different side of the potential Heisman Trophy candidate.
“He walks around that campus and everyone looks at him and [says] ‘That’s Brett Hundley, the quarterback!’ When they get to know him, he’s just Brett Hundley. He’s just a good guy,” Mora said. “He does a video like that, and I think people see that he doesn’t take himself too seriously, and it’s good for him.”