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Before they dressed in Seahawks blue and green together on Sundays at CenturyLink Field, linebacker Bobby Wagner and running back Robert Turbin were clad in Utah State blue and white on Saturdays at Romney Stadium in Logan, Utah.
The Seahawks 2012 second- (Wagner) and fourth-round (Turbin) draft picks returned to their alma mater this past weekend for the Aggies’ annual Blue and White spring football game. It was there that Utah State Insider Matthew Glade tried to catch up with Turbin, only to have his interview highjacked by Wagner, who took the microphone from Glade and grilled Turbin with a few questions of his own.
After a bit of back and forth banter, Wagner isn’t all that impressed with Turbin’s answers for the camera.
“Your answers are pretty vanilla,” Wagner offered to Turbin. “Can you elaborate, or are you just going to stay vanilla?”
After a brief pause, Turbin carefully replies with, “Well, it’s my favorite ice cream.”
Well played, Turbin. Well played.