TIGER KICKOFF: Fast Five: Jack Meiners

Friday, October 26, 2012 | 6:00 a.m. CDT; updated 7:32 a.m. CDT, Friday, October 26, 2012

1. What's your favorite thing to do when you're not playing?

Probably go hunting with Travis Ruth. He and I are big into outdoors and things of that nature, so I like to get out in the woods and go hunting whenever I'm not here, which is not very often. I've been hunting for a year and a half, two years. Travis really got me into it, because growing up in St. Louis, it was a real suburban area, but once I came here, he was the one that really got me into it. He's been doing it for God knows how long. 

2. What's your favorite football game you've played in?

Oklahoma, 2010. It was the first game I started, I guess, so we did a lot of six-man formation there. We started the game out with six offensive linemen and were running the ball a lot. We did that the whole first series. That was kind of my first experience like that. The whole thing was awesome.

3. What's something people might not know about you?

I'm really into watches. I have probably 10 to 12 watches. I really enjoy different styles, things like that. I'm just kind of a collector. (The one I'm wearing) is kind of an everyday watch. I feel bad when I don't get them into circulation as much. I try to wear each one a little bit. (My favorite one) is my diamond watch. It's pretty big. It takes up pretty much my whole hand. I bought it for myself earlier in the summer.

4. What's your major and your favorite class?

Business management. My favorite class right now is Quantitative Investment Analysis. The classes I'm taking are both undergrad and master's classes, so I'm in there with master's students. The classes are pretty difficult. I'm a big finance guy. 

5. Do you have a pregame playlist?

I like to listen to Hollywood Undead and some Disturbed and things like that. "Boom" by P.O.D. — I have to listen to that one. It's like a ritual. 

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