To hear that a 260-pound defensive lineman exhibited supreme athletic ability by jumping over a would-be tackler en route to a touchdown on a fake punt is one thing, but to see it really drives the point home. During Tuesday night’s match-up between the Kent State Golden Flashes and Ohio Bobcats, the Golden Flashes, already […]The post Kent State defensive lineman leaps over...
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.
Kent State provided some more MACtion madness on Tuesday night. Leading Ohio 24-13, the Golden Flashes flashed some awesomeness during the third period, drawing up a fake punt that led to the touchdown of the night. On the trick play, the ball was snapped to 6-foot-4, 265-pound defensive lineman Nate Terhune, who was playing upback on the punt team. Terhune showed he’s more...
Kent State's Nate Terhune hurdled an Ohio Bobcats player to score the greatest fat guy touchdown in history. Here's video of the incredible play.
Kent State was down 24-13 in the third quarter when head coach Paul Haynes decided to roll the dice. KSU ran a fake punt where the ball was snapped to true freshman offensive lineman Nate Terhune. Terhune showed off his phenomenal athleticism and hurdled a defender en route to the end zone. This is perhaps the best execution of a fake punt that will be seen all year and Terhune...
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 […]
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