The Kentucky Wildcats absolutely dominated rival Louisville on Saturday night, cruising to an easy 56-10 victory.

In that game, star RB Benny Snell Jr. ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns to continue his impressive season — which could be his last in Lexington.

After the game, Snell said he hasn’t thought much about his NFL future yet, but did admit that he’d have to start thinking about it soon:

“That’s big,” he said. “A lot of people talk to me about, it’s time to get your money, it’s time to do this and that. Listen. I’m 20 years old, dog. I play Fortnite, Call of Duty. I’m not a kid but I’m still having fun right now. I don’t really want to think about that right now, but it’s a decision I’m going to have to face eventually.”

As for playing in the bowl game, Snell said he plans to suit up wherever the Wildcats play to make a run for the school record books:

“As of now, I’m playing in the bowl game — I’m not done yet,” he said. “To add on to this, it’s not really important, but I keep it in my mind. The all-time rushing record — I got 100 tonight, so I need 100 more, and the bowl game would help me with that.”

Obviously, having Snell in the backfield would be a big boost for the Wildcats, who are projected by many to go to the Citrus Bowl, which would be the best bowl game the Kentucky has been to in a long time.