We all love when a big man gets involved in a football play. It is simply the best! On Saturday, Oklahoma State served up a wildly entertaining interception against Kansas that, for a brief moment, had a pair of big men rumblin’ and stumblin’.
With Kansas trailing Oklahoma State, 31-20, Jayhawks quarterback Montell Cozart was hoping to connect on a pass deep down the middle of the field. He did not. Oklahoma State’s Jordan Sterns came up with the ball instead and started to run his way back down the other way of the field.
Eventually, a series of laterals commences, and at one point the ball lands in the sure and steady hands of defensive tackle Vincent Taylor. Soon enough, Taylor was lobbing the ball off to defensive end Jarrell Owens.
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— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) October 22, 2016
It is a crime against humanity neither one of these dedicated linemen was able to go the distance, but we will certainly enjoy their moment.