Alabama tight end Robbie Ouzts has gone through quite the transformation between his freshman and sophomore seasons. At least in the media guide.
While the pass catcher hasn’t added a ton of weight or grown two inches or even changed his number, he’ll certainly look different to fans when the opening kick rolls around.
A mashup comparing Ouzts’s athletic site photos from his freshman and sophomore years is going viral on social media. The pictures show the Crimson Tide tight end trading his clean shave for a new mustache. He also swapped his curly head of hair for a slick mullet.
In musical terms, let’s say going from Art Garfunkel to Billy Ray Cyrus. On the big screen, we’ll say John C. Reilly to Dacre Montgomery (Billy from Stranger Things).
Either way you look at it, it’s a big change.
College football fans have been quick to comment on the new look.
Football fans post reactions to Robbie Ouzts’s transformation
Folks were quick to weigh in on the transformation for Robbie Ouzts, and they posted some hilarious responses on Twitter. Take a look.
Evolved from John C Reilly to a young Jeff Gordon
— Wes Blankenship (@Wes_nship) July 28, 2022
Before and after you consume a case of Busch Light
— Mitch Perry (@mitchperry2002) July 28, 2022
He went from “I’ll have her home by 9.” to “You boys like Mexico!!!”
— Drew (@Drew_TandB) July 28, 2022
This man turned from Robbie to Rob, the guy who sold me my Toyota, in one year. https://t.co/koi26ktfLj
— Sickos Committee (@SickosCommittee) July 28, 2022
You vs. the guy she tells you not to worry about https://t.co/wsm6sBWMLr
— Jay Arnold (@JArnoldTAMU85) July 28, 2022
He went from Rammer to Jammer in 2.5 seconds
— Atlanta Braves defending World Series Champions (@justin_hendon) July 28, 2022
Fans noticed that he lost two pounds. That could’ve come from the haircut.
Lost 2lbs though…
— Monte A MassongillJr (@MonteJr5) July 28, 2022
The two pounds came from the haircut.
— Brandon Blackwelder (@Blackwelder_B) July 28, 2022
We’re expecting big things from Ouzts this offseason after seeing this new look. That mullet is Boz-worthy, paying homage to the great Brian Bosworth.
Ouzts hauled in one reception for eight yards in his freshman season. He’ll look to make a bigger impact in 2022 in hopes of getting Alabama back to the national title game.
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