Cardale Jones wants to play the kid he beat in ‘NCAA Football’ again

Ahead of the national championship game last year, Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones visited a patient in a children’s hospital. During his visit, he played the kid in the popular college football video game “NCAA Football.”

Jones showed no mercy on the kid and systematically destroyed him, winning the game 91-35. The kid asked for a rematch, this time in “NHL 15”, but it never happened.

The former Buckeye took to Twitter over the weekend and said that he wanted to play Jared Foley again. Foley responded and said he would love to play him again and would try to stop Jones from scoring so much.

@CJ12_ yeah I want to play you again in something

— jared foley (@bearfoley) February 12, 2016

@bearfoley ok, I was a lil rusty last time, I'm trying to play 15 min quarters so I can score 400

— Cardale Jones (@Cardale7_) February 12, 2016

@CJ12_ ok we will see about that

— jared foley (@bearfoley) February 12, 2016

@bearfoley I'll cut you some slack, if I don't beat you by 350 or more, you win

— Cardale Jones (@Cardale7_) February 12, 2016

Well, it looks like a rematch may be on after all. It likely won’t be in “NCAA Football” as it was discontinued by EA Sports in 2014, so maybe the two will actually hit the sticks in “Madden” this time.

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