i haven't been able to find a really good video of that so it's hard to tell what happened in that mess lol. Did the ball get caught or hit someone and he picked it up and ran with it? or did it he just catch it and ran?
At first, I thought he just jumped up and caught it in the air and took off running. But, after seeing the highlight clip, it almost looks like it got bobbled around a little bit and then he grabbed it and took off.
Maybe somebody who can watch it in slow-mo give a better explanation.
Reeves is a stud. Some players have the ability to make plays and always be around the ball. More proof that recruiting services aren't the best to really on is in the above picture with Reeves and Lentz. A couple two star players without a lot of D1 offers doing great things for the Cyclones. Great job by Wally and the rest of the staff in evaluating their players during the recruiting process.
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"Sophomore defensive back Jeremy Reeves’ 42-yard return of Texas Tech’s onside kickoff was the first Iowa State kickoff return since Troy Davis went 99 yards against Colorado on Nov. 19, 1994. It was only the second by a Cyclone at Jack Trice Stadium."
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