Sep 14, 2013; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; Kent State Golden Flashes head coach Paul Haynes before a game against the LSU Tigers at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Kent State defensive linemen hurdles defender on fake punt, then scores TD (Video)

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One of tonight’s Tuesday evening MACtion contest is on ESPN2 between the Kent State Golden Flashes and the Ohio Bobcats.

In this one, Kent State did indeed bring the MACtion in the third quarter.

While some have complained that the mid-week Mid-American Conference clashes haven’t really lived up to their billing, Kent State defensive linemean Nate Terhune made sure that he would make up for that in the most incredible way possible.

The Golden Flashes were facing a fourth and three from their own 39 when the coaching staff sent out the punting unit, obviously.

What wasn’t obvious, though, was that they had no intentions of kicking it, and the ball would be directly snapped to the 260-pound Terhune, who went on to make one of the more impressive plays of the year so far on his way to the end zone:

That score there would give Kent State the 31-13 advantage and are seemingly running away with it now.

Now that gives new meaning to “Fat Guy Touchdown.”

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