Found November 21, 2013 on College Spun:
Move over J.J. Worton — your insane one-handed touchdown grab from last week is now old news for Central Florida. This week, it’s running back William Stanback who is stealing the show for UCF — in tonight’s game vs. Rutgers, he viciously trucked Rutgers cornerback Anthony Cioffi. Seriously, it looked painful — here’s video, via ESPN:
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