The senior day antics continue to roll, and this one will be hard to top.
In today’s pre game ceremony between Baylor and Kansas State, quarterback Seth Russell made the kind of entrance you dream of when you close your eyes and let your imagination take over.
Russell rode a four-wheel all terrain vehicle onto the field and under a steel arch shooting that shot licking flames from five spigots.
— Baylor Football (@BUFootball) November 19, 2016
Russell, who underwent surgery on his ankle earlier this week, is done for the season.
Next on his agenda will be rehabbing the ankle and getting ready for his NFL career. It will be an uphill battle for Russell to prove to NFL scouts and front office decision makers that his mobility and playmaking ability will be as good as it was in college despite the injury.
Russell finishes his career at Baylor having thrown for 5,461 yards and 60 touchdowns. The dual-threat quarterback also finished with 1,240 yards on the ground and 20 touchdowns.
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