"At the first of the year, I didn't really know what I was doing. I was pretty much just a running back that took the snaps from center, and I had more yards rushing than our running backs did. But our team didn't do too well. Some of our linemen were only 10 pounds heavier than me."
Netto plans to attend college and continue to compete in rodeo, either at Oklahoma Panhandle State, which has offered him a partial rodeo scholarship, or at Utah Valley University, which would be much closer to home.
And regardless of where life might take him next, a couple of things seem certain — Chad Netto will most certainly stay busy and, whatever he chooses to do, he'll most likely do it very well.
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