During Sunday night’s Jets/Ravens broadcast Cris Collinsworth marveled at Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith.  In what appeared to be another one of Collinsworth’s factually inaccurate tangents, the Sunday Night Football analyst mentioned that Smith had never drank or smoked while attending college at the University of Maryland.

I knew the story that Collinsworth’s broadcast partner, Al Michaels, told in following up; that Smith was the oldest of seven children and helped his single mother raise his siblings while she attended community college, but I hadn’t heard Collinsworth’s story.

Well, Torrey Smith has spoken and Collinsworth was right… this time.  Smith told his twitter followers that he’s not lying about never drinking or smoking in college.  “It’s not like I didn’t go to parties or anything,” he tweeted.  “I just didn’t smoke or drink.”  Smith’s teammate at Maryland, Tony Logan, also confirmed on twitter that he kept clean in college.

Why do folks think I’m lying about drinking and smoking haha I had a great college experience completely sober…it’s not hard at all
Oct 03 via Osfoora for iPhoneFavoriteRetweetReply

Smith later tweeted that if the Ravens win the Super Bowl that he plans to drink…water.

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  1. The’re are still some good guys out there. Good for you Torry.

  2. hey this is trey i am a big ravens fan i was watching the game when you caught the ball deep and you scored 3 touchdown you are better then our old wr I HOPE THE RAVENS WIN THE TEXAS TELL RAY RICE THAT TREY BROWN SAID HI

  3. […] his Twitter followers that he was still cool after it was revealed on Sunday Night Football that he never drank or smoked while attending the University of […]

  4. Hi Trey Brown, this is Ray Rice. Tell your mom I said hi, ok?

  5. The more I hear about this guy, the more I like him. I wish the man well.

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