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Doing a front flip is hard enough. Doing it in football pads over a defender adds to the degree of difficulty. Although it's only a scrimmage, one youngster took his gymnastic talents to the gridiron, and flipped over his teammate/defender during practice. The young man then continues past the rest of the defense, before stopping his run prior to reaching the endzone. It was only practice after all. The video has gone viral, and AT&T picked it up for a commerical. In the ad, Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops introduces himself to the young man (perpetrated to be the one in the original video). No word whether or not Stoops has offered the talented athlete a scholarship or not. Check out the video below to see the incredible move. Thumbnail photo via Youtube.
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