T.Y. Hilton's Stats Are Sustainable, Especially Against Louisville

World, meet FIU receiver T.Y. Hilton. Louisville, pay special attention: You guys may want to cover him at some point. Or don't. It doesn't matter to a viewing audience that's been watching Hilton run free like a jubilant cheetah in the first half of Friday night's matchup.

Through just over a quarter, Hilton has compiled a ridiculous, yet totally sustainable stat line. Let's examine, shall we?

Two catches, 157 yards and two touchdowns for an average of 78.5 yards per catch. He scored on a 74-yard touchdown just three minutes into the second quarter, then found the end zone from 83 yards out just three minutes later.

For his next act, Hilton will intentionally false start multiple times to back FIU all the way up to the one, then score from 99 yards. Gotta pad those stats against Louisville.

By the way, FIU is on a rampage, leading Louisville in the second quarter, 21-3. If you're not watching, might we suggest tuning in to watch the one man track meet that is Hilton?

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