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Let us not debate this man’s size and whether this accurately falls under the FAT GUY TOUCHDOWN category. Some plays are just so special they warrant a head nod, casual applause and perhaps a single tear to show the utmost appreciation. Kent State defensive lineman Nate Terhune had his number called during a fake punt. [...]
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Kent State defensive lineman Nate Terhune showed some serious athleticism when he hurdled an opponent on his way to a 61-yard touchdown run on a fake punt play against Ohio on Tuesday night. The Golden Flashes were up 24-13 midway through the third quarter and had a fourth down just inside their 40. They decided […]
by Bo Marchionte
ATHENS, OH -Kent State nose tackle Nate Terhune will be the talk at the water cooler tomorrow morning. The sophomore took a fake punt 61 yards against Ohio, helping the Golden Flashes to their third win (second in a row) of the season. This isn't new for the athletic defensive lineman, last year as a red-shirt freshman he ran for a Kent State first down o...
Kent State runs a fake punt where Nate Terhune, 6'4", 260 pound nose tackle, hurdles a defender and takes it 61 yards for a touchdown against Ohio.Ohio football falls to Kent State, 44-13.**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
Nate Terhune is a 260-pound defensive lineman for the Kent State Golden Flashes. Let that sink in as you watch the below video of him hurdling a defender while scoring a 61-yard touchdown on a fake punt against Ohio Tuesday night.
Who says linemen aren’t athletic? The score broke open the game for the Golden Flashes, who were able to knock off Ohio, 44-13.
There were some grumblings during the MAC games on Tuesday night that the games weren't up to the explosive offenses of years past. Well, Kent State certainly did their part to make up for that in the third quarter of their game with the Ohio Bobcats.
With an eleven point lead, Kent State was forced into a 4th and three from their own 39. The Golden Flashes faked a punt...
I will never understand for the life of me what makes football players decide to attempt jumping over defenders. I think it’s a recipe for a horrible neck injury but now is not that time for that discussion. Kent State defensive lineman Nate Terhune got his time to shine on a fake punt and took it to the house, hurdling a defender in the process.
You have to love MACtion right?
Kent State‘s defensive lineman Nate Terhune pulled off one of the most amazing fake punt touchdown runs in college football history. The play took place in the 3rd quarter of the Golden Flashes (terrible nickname) 44-13 victory over Ohio, when the 6’4″ 260lbs lineman ran for 61 yards hurdling a defensive player and breaking a tackle.
By the way, Vince McMahon just creamed his...