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Texas A&M’s Justin Evans pops own leg back into place, makes game-winning play

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It is safe to say that Texas A&M defensive back Justin Evans is tougher than anyone who sat down to watch college football on Saturday.

At the end of the fourth quarter against UCLA, Evans was able to intercept Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen. Unfortunately for Evans, he came down awkwardly on the play and dislocated his leg.

But that didn’t matter.

Evans grabbed the bottom of his foot and stretched his leg until he popped it back in himself. Seriously.

Watch it all unfold below.

If that wasn’t impressive enough, Evans came back into the game and ended up making the game-winning play in overtime by breaking up a pass at the goaline. Texas A&M won the game, 31-24.

Have yourself a day, Justin Evans. That is the kind of thing legends are made of.

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