College football player scores 76-yard touchdown on only one good leg12/2/2012
Sure, anyone can be fast on two good legs, but it's pretty impressive to outrun an entire field of college athletes with one of your limbs failing. That is exactly what Baylor's Lache Seastrunk did against Oklahoma State on Saturday, when he carried the ball 76 yards despite a vicious hamstring cramp. Seastrunk hits a nice wide gap right after the handoff, but just as he crosses midfield, he starts to come up lame. Not that Seastrunk cares — he still limped down the field faster than five oncoming OSU defenders before toppling into the end zone. Luckily, Baylor coach Art Briles later confirmed it was just cramps and not a serious injury, but it probably cost Seastrunk a sweet TD celebration
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How far could you run on one leg?