Michigan player Blake Corum says the NIL deal with CELSIUS was a "sign from God."

Blake Corum first appeared on the NCAA football scene in 2022 and then established himself as a star this past year.

The Michigan running back carried for 2,708 yards on the ground over the last two seasons, scoring 47 times, including 28 this season.

Corum helped the Wolverines win the national championship last week, as he was awarded Offensive MVP of the game for his 134 yards 

and two touchdowns in a 34-13 victory over Washington, securing the unusual 15-0 season.

Corum is now preparing for the NFL Draft, and he will be sipping on CELSIUS energy drinks as he did during his championship season.

Corum secured a NIL contract with the brand just before the season began, strangely, shortly after he began drinking it.

The running back stated that CELSIUS "definitely has helped me prepare" for games, practices, and lifts (a standard can contains 200 milligrams of caffeine, while the new ESSENTIALS line contains 270). 

He also said that earlier this year, the team threatened to sideline him if he would not defer a $37 million injury guarantee.

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