VIDEO: D-II running back flips over would-be tackler
Martee Tenner, a D-II running back at Lincoln University in Missouri, used a front-flip to avoid a would-be tackler in Saturday's game.
You’ve seen Reggie-Bush-style flips into the endzone, but rarely does an offensive player have the athleticism or the wherewithal to flip in order to evade a tackler.
Somehow, that’s exactly what Martee Tenner of Lincoln University (Missouri) did this past Saturday. After scampering for 12 yards, he FLIPS a would-be tackler, leaving the cornerback in disbelief.
Amazingly, it’s not the first time Tenner has pulled this stunt. Here’s video of him flipping another wishful-tackler during a spring scrimmage in 2012.
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