Prior to the final play during the University of California's Spring Football Game, head coach Sonny Dykes decided to bring in a new running back. With very little effort from the defensive, No. 10 was able to score easily from 22 yards out. But, as it turns out, that player was none other than former Cal back Marshawn Lynch.
When asked about Lynch's appearance by the Oakland Tribune, Dykes admitted, “We told the guys if anybody tackled him, it was going to be a $25 million fine. I didn’t want to be getting a call from Pete (Carroll, Lynch’s coach with the Seahawks).” Good stuff. We definitely wouldn't mind seeing more current NFL players show love to their schools in the same fashion.
[via Black Sports Online]