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I've never seen anyone outrun the competition while in the midst of a quad cramp. Tremendous effort. And he is a load to bring down as well.
That was guts. It was one of the most incredible runs I have ever seen. Justin Gilbert is a 4.3-4.4 guy and he did not catch him until the 2-3
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I couldn't outrun my two year old daughter if I had a leg cramp. That run was BALLSY!!!
This site is slower than dirt but here is the run
Look through SB Nations community.
Klatt and the other guy couldn't stop talking about. Some of the best PR I've heard for us. Said that was what Baylor football was all about: guts! Klatt said that run would live in Baylor lore and will be retold among fans for years.
Pro Ecclesia, Pro Mundus
As it should be....it was incredible!!!
I agree with Joel Klatt about this team also. They've definitely got guts.
Lache was listed as a prime time performer on ESPN during the UT/KSU halftime show.
Best part of that run - other than the run itself - was the standing ovation he got from the crowd as he walked off. Never heard such a long and loud cheer in a similar situation. It was pretty awesome. Gotta love the hard work and will to win.
Take note that his first gimpy movement was at the 43 yard line. Crazy!
Guy behind me screams out:
"Take that OSU. Our guy can run faster on one leg than your entire team!"
#3 on SportsCenter top 10 plays
He and Glasco next season will be problems. Each one will push the other this offseason.
Petty/Russell/Johnson and Reese, Lee, Goodley, Coleman, and Rhodes will be licking their chops as teams load up to stop the run early in the season and get burned time after time on PA pass
If you look at the film, Gilbert comes from 10 years back and is the only one to almost catch him. Gilbert is a good DB and return guy and is amazingly fast. This is not taking away anything from Seastrunk as his run will live in infamy.
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If Seastrunk doesn't cramp he leaves those guys by 10 yards.
When does he get the nickname "the closer"?
I fear next season will be our last with Mr. Seastrunk the thought of that sucks
Don't forget about Norwood. I think he may end up as our best wide out. Guy is nails for sure.
2000+ rushing yards is definitely possible next season for Lache.
Baylor better get the heisman campaign rolling next summer.
Hopefully he leaves early because he has a Heisman-level season and is projected a top-10 pick. Would suck to not have him his fourth year, but it'd be awesome to have another feather in our cap like that.
Baylor's Lache Seastrunk runs for a 76-yard TD against OSU on one good leg.
The best part of Lache is not only the UNBELIEVABLE talent, but now he 'gets it.' Superstars with maturity are keys to have for the young guys because of the preparation it takes to play at that level. No doubt the reason he's successful aside from the talent, is he has put in the work. Next year he can lead from the front and set the example. It's key for continual success.
He is going to be a nightmare to gameplan against. Only going to make things easier for our receivers. Whoever our QB is, we just need them to be a good manager and get the ball in the hands of our playmakers, which we possess in spades.
Dear God that's what the game is all about
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