Clemson quarterback Cole Stoudt didn't have a perfect college career - far from it. But the Tigers signal-caller, playing because of starter Deshaun Watson's ACL injury, did manage to go out on a high note, throwing for 319 yards and three touchdowns in his team's 40-6 victory over Big 12 power Oklahoma. Wednesday, Stoudt, who spent more time as a backup than a starter during his four years, posted a heartfelt note to Clemson fans on Instagram. He called his final game "the perfect ending" to his career.
Stoudt hasn't always been a fan favorite for Tigers fans, but he seems to have handled all of the ups and downs with class.