Get to know more about center Cody Wallace as he snaps his way through these two-minute drill questions!
Q: What was your favorite memory at Texas A&M?
A: Playing against Texas my last two years. My junior year was probably the biggest game, because we hadn't beat Texas in such a long time and we beat them at their stadium.
Q: If you could go anywhere in the world on vacation, where would you go?
A: Australia. It would be fun to go down there and I hear the weather there is really nice.
Q: What is something your teammates would be surprised to know about you?**
A: I really enjoy working out and being in the weight room in the offseason. I love the offseason stuff as much as the in-season stuff.
Q: What is something you wished you knew how to do?
A: Play the piano.
Q: What is the best nickname ever given to you?
A: Big nasty. In high school my friends called me that, because I sweated so much.
Q: When you go online, what's the first thing you do?
A: Check my email.
Q: What is your favorite TV show?
A: Family Guy, I have a couple seasons on DVD. My favorite character on the show is Peter.
Q: What is your favorite book?
A: I'm going to have to say the Bible.
Q: If you could be on the cover of any magazine, which one would it be?
A: Sports Illustrated.
Q: If you could be the spokesman for any product, which one would it be?
A: Coca-Cola, that's the first thing I could think of.
Q: What is your favorite holiday?
A: Christmas, because you get to go home and it's fun if it snows. It snowed last Christmas in Texas.
Q: What was the best concert you ever attended?
A: I went to a Brad Paisley concert this summer. It was pretty fun.
Q: What would be your perfect meal?
A: Chicken fried steak and mashed potatoes. I get that back home at a restaurant called Longhorn's.
Q: What is the best advice you ever received?
A: Do your best and work hard. That was from my grandpa.
Q: Which athlete did you most admire while growing up?
A: Jerry Rice. I wasn't a receiver, but I looked up to him a lot.
Q: What is the best movie of all-time?
Q: What is your most cherished possession in your house?
A: My earrings because they used to be my mom's, losing anything else wouldn't matter too much.