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Posted: 2017-12-08 00:17

Maybe I’m just nostalgic for the days when the NFL was ruled by guys like LaDainian Tomlinson and Priest Holmes maybe I’m just panicking about how bad the NFL has been at finding and cultivating stars lately, but I would love to see Hunt become a star running back. The NFL needs all the interesting and enjoyable players it can get right now—as fun as last night’s game was, injuries to Eric Berry, Danny Amendola, and Dont’a Hightower were a grim reminder of just how tenuous stardom can be—and Hunt, for one night at least, fit the bill.

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So, the real question is what do you do about it? For one, I wouldn’t attend his romantic solo tutoring session created specifically for you. If he’s saying those things in front of people imagine what he might say—or do—when it’s just you two in a room alone. Ew. He may not actually be a total creep, but you’re probably better off getting tutoring from a classmate if he makes you uncomfortable. Think about it—you won’t be able to focus and learn when you’re on your guard the whole time.

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Then, another time in class, I was talking to my friend and asked her to call me by my nickname. He overheard, asking me why I didn’t ask him to do that. I just told him I found no reason to, but ever since then he calls me by my nickname anyway. He also gave us a quiz and one of the questions asked what we thought he could do to make the class better. I said “one day out the week for tutoring would be nice.” Here’s where things get a little weird.

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Here’s the deal: if you think he’s flirting, he’s flirting. So, if you’re getting that creeper vibe, that’s enough to say he is. I think he’s flirting and I can’t even see his body language or anything. He calls you by your nickname when you didn’t ask him to, he takes care to notice your appearance—and keep track of it—and he makes comments on said appearence, directly to your face. Plus, the weird note on your quiz. That’s a little inappropriate there, Professor Horndog. But here’s the nail in the coffin: he’s not doing these things to anyone else (or so you say). I mean, if he was, it would still be inappropriate, but it’s obvious he’s shown a specific interest in you, lady. And it sounds like you’re not interested in his version of extra credit.

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Hunt was always a great runner at Toledo, he finished his college career with 9,958 yards and yards per carry, but it wasn’t until his last season that he showed his ability as a receiver. After catching 87 balls in his first three seasons combined, Hunt caught 96 passes for 958 yards in his senior year. If there’s any reason to believe that Hunt’s debut portends good things for the future, it’s that receiving ability. The feature back is basically dead at this point, but the best way to stay on the field long enough to have a shot at becoming one is to be just as dangerous catching the ball as you are running it.

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I’m in college. My professor never really bothered me before, but now I’m starting to question him. I changed my hair to red one day and he complimented how nice it was even though I hated it. I have never seen him comment on anyone else’s appearance. A few days later I dressed up pretty fashionable and changed my hair back to black ‘cause I was going out that night with my boyfriend and he said, “Wow another look, Nice!” I brushed it off.

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The second option, Not Hot for Teacher, is to tell him that what he’s doing makes you uncomfortable. Don’t make a display out of it. Do it in private during office hours and say, “Mr. Horndog (but actually use his name), it makes me uncomfortable when you use my nickname and make comments about my appearance. I’d appreciate it if you’d stop.” Now, he’ll probably get defensive and say that he didn’t mean anything by what he said, but it doesn’t matter what he meant. Say, “It’s fine, you don’t have to explain. I’d just like you to stop. Thanks.” Remember, you’re not debating his intentions with him, you’re telling him how you feel about it, and as your teacher he needs to respect that—period. He may not be aware that he’s making uncomfortable. While you feel a little harassed, he may think you’re cool with it in his creeper brain. Until you say something, he’ll probably continue.


If there was one fun fact to share about Hunt before the start of this game, it was this: In four seasons at Toledo, where Hunt got 855 total touches, he only ever fumbled the ball once, and he recovered it himself. So what did he do on his very first NFL carry? He fumbled the damn ball and the Patriots recovered. At that point, a typically depressing NFL storyline seemed to be taking shape: Rookie fumbles on first career carry. Gets benched. Cries on camera.