Entering the season, Cowboys fullback Jeremy Seaton had two career receptions and one touchdown, with the score coming as a surprise against Purdue in the Heart of Dallas Bowl.
At West Virginia, Seaton struck again.
And the Mountaineers sure looked surprised, as he found himself wide open for a 30-yard scoring reception from J.W. Walsh.
Seaton entered the game in the trey formation, a three-back set usually utilized on power rushing plays. This time, however, Seaton found a seam down the middle, made the catch – his second this season – and romped into the end zone.
“We ran a play right before that, and I actually got a little dazed,” Seaton said. “We went running back into formation and called it. I didn’t really get to think about it that much before we executed. It just kind of happened.”