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NSN Poll Question: Is Will Levis Putting Mayo In Coffee Repulsive or Respectable?

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Putting Mayonnaise in his coffee won’t help nor hurt former Penn State quarterback Will Levis, now of the Kentucky Wildcats, in his quest to become a first-round NFL draft pick.

But boy, does it gross people out.

Although some college football fans have known about Levis’s odd habit for a while, many found out about through a 26-second clip that has caught the Twitter world’s attention.

In the clip, Levis said, “I have been known to put Mayonayse in my coffee sometimes,” and then gave what some would call a disturbing demonstration.

Social media reactions have varied.

Some are repulsed by it.

Others… well, at least one person… respects it.

Levis appeared in eight of Penn State’s nine games in 2020, being used often as a runner. In his last two years at Penn State, Levis rushed for a total of 473 yards, a number that wasn’t too far behind his passing total of 644.

After transferring from Penn State, Levis led Kentucky to a 10-3 record and Citrus Bowl win over Iowa in his first season as a full-time college starting quarterback last year.

Levis was at Penn State from 2018-2020, backing up Sean Clifford for most of that time and starting a game against Rutgers in 2019 and Iowa in 2020.

Penn State fans, what do you think? Is Will Levis putting Mayon in his coffee respectable, or repulsive?

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