Texas Tech's punter runs for 51-yard touchdown: Happy Thanksgiving!

Here we have the air raid of punt plays.

Hello. You've been watching NFL football and eating poultry all day. You've probably been drinking. You're getting bleary. You were driven further into a stupor by that Selena Gomez thing. Numbers look like letters now. You're eating more poultry. You plan to continue drinking. All is sloth.

OUTTA NOWHERE TEXAS TECH BOTCHED PUNT TURNS INTO 51-YARD TOUCHDOWN WAKE UP WAKE UP WAKE UP GOOOOOOO

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That's Tech punter Ryan Erxleben peeling out for a score after what might've been a called fake, but what looks more like an emergency scramble due to oncoming traffic. Have you ever seen a punter scramble before? Have you ever seen a punter scramble for 51 yards before?

Also, after this, he held a finger to his facemask, shushing the Austin crowd. Have you ever seen a punter shush a crowd before?

Wake up, people. You have a lot more drinking to do, and the Big 12 is here to see you through until the end.

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