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Lache Seastrunk scores 76-yard TD despite suffering quad injury mid-play


This is nothing short of impressive.  To gut that last 45-50 yards out with what looks to be a pulled hamstring was great.  Seastrunk put the team above himself and worked to seal the game for Baylor.  It’s unbelievable that he was able to outrun the Oklahoma State defenders after suffering the injury.  Seastrunk finished the game with 16 carries for 178 yards and 1 TD.

Virtual Greg Jennings was the first to pull such an act:

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