Texas A&M's Justin Evans Pops His Own Leg Back Into Place

Texas A&M player pops leg back in place against UCLA

Texas A&M's Justin Evans Pops His Own Leg Back Into Place

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Texas A&M's Justin Evans Pops His Own Leg Back Into Place

Justin Evans doesn’t need your fancy athletic trainers, he’s all fine on his own thank you very much. With 37 seconds left in regulation and Evans’ Texas A&M Aggies tied with UCLA 24-24, the junior defensive back popped his own leg back into place on the field.

Yeah, that just happened. The best part is the reaction from the sideline once they realized what he did.

Texas A&M player pops leg back in place against UCLA

Not only did Evans come back in the game, he made the game-winning play in overtime by breaking up a pass on the goal line.

Texas A&M breaks up UCLA pass in OT

So yeah, Justin Evans wins The Big Lead’s coveted Badass of the Week award that I just invented.

UPDATE: Despite how it looked, Evans claims he was just working out a cramp:

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