WATCH: Boulware gets a cooler of free Lunchables


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WATCH: Boulware gets a cooler of free Lunchables

Former Clemson standout linebacker Ben Boulware was known for being a tenacious football player during his playing days at Death Valley. His passion for the game was matched only by his love of Lunchables.

Boulware shared during interviews during last season how much he enjoyed snacking on Lunchables. The snack company found out about this and promised to send him free packs since he is obviously one of their biggest fans of the small meals consisting of processed meats and cheeses, tiny crackers, and tasty desserts.

On Tuesday afternoon, Boulware came home from a grueling Carolina Panthers' practice to a large cooler slammed full of free Lunchables snacks. There was a letter enclosed with the cooler that told Boulware to tell them when he needed a refill of Lunchables, and they would hook him up again.

"God is good ya'll. God is good," Boulware said with excitement at the end of the video. Check out Boulware enjoying his bounty below.


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