Ted Ginn Jr. may have spoken too, uh, fast.
The longtime speedy NFL wide receiver, now with the Saints, issued a challenge last week. On Bleacher Report’s “The Lefkoe Show,” he dared any challengers to meet him for a race, “pole to pole,” with $10,000 on the line.
The wrong runner accepted.
“Bet,” came the response from Matthew Boling, the viral Texas high school track star who recently set a national high school record with a 10.13-second 100-meter dash.
“White Lightning” is not afraid of Ginn, who ran a 4.37 40-yard dash before the 2007 draft, in which he drafted ninth overall by the Dolphins.
Ginn said he made these bets all the time in high school, collecting $200 or $300 from cocky opponents. But if this race comes to fruition, his bottom line may go in the red.
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