Most people don't eat as much as offensive linemen do. Still, it's important to keep an eye on how they eat those calories.
Nate Kalepo, who plays on the offensive line for the Washington Huskies, told Mike Vorel of the Seattle Times that he lost 30 pounds and got stronger over the offseason.
After hearing what he usually gets, it's easy to see how much staying away from the fast-food chain has helped.
Kalepo said that he'd eat "Two double quarter-pounder burgers, two McChickens, a large fry, an Oreo McFlurry, and a large coke
That's a lot more calories, fat, sodium, and sugar than anyone should eat in a day
The college football world dealt with Kalepo's huge meal, which is now over, thank goodness.