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This 89 year-old WWII veteran who played for Kansas in 1948 gets to score one last touchdown.

This 89 year-old WWII veteran who played for Kansas in 1948 gets to score one last touchdown. 6


This 89 year-old WWII veteran who played for Kansas in 1948 gets to score one last touchdown. 7

This 89 year-old WWII veteran who played for Kansas in 1948 gets to score one last touchdown.




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  1. He’s actually hauling ass. I don’t think I’ve ever seen someone that age in that shape move that fast before. I’m actually impressed.

    Also really nice of everyone to put in a big show of trying to get him

  2. Scouting report:
    North/South runner with fair lateral moves. Above average hands, can be a threat in passing game. Elusive when he needs to be. Great vision. Reliable. Not an every down back but 10-15 touches a game could be his peak. Possible special teamer. B+

  3. 89 and he could still run half the field??
    I still throw shoes at my light switch hoping it turns off… Lights are still on

  4. He was born in 1931? So he was in the war somewhere between the ages of 8 – 14? Even though the youngest you could be was 17 (The youngest person to serve was Calvin Graham at age 12 and he didn’t play professional football after the war) Then went on to play for Kansas at 17? Can i get a little proof?

    Edit: nevermind this was 5 years ago

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/early-lead/wp/2015/04/29/this-89-year-old-world-war-ii-vet-scored-the-greatest-touchdown-in-kansas-football-history/

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