Ball State Cardinals defensive end Kyle Seger was a walk-on in 2012 and will be entering his fifth and final season on the football team with a full scholarship, which was revealed to him during a game of “The Cardinal Is Right”. Skip to the 1:50 mark to fulfill all your emotional wants and needs.
According to his player bio on Ball State Football’s official site, Seger played in four games as a redshirt junior last season, but didn’t tally any stats. Kyle earned his first letter in 2014 when he appeared in seven games.
At Southridge High School, Seger was all-state as a senior and all-conference as a junior and senior. He was also named Southridge’s best offensive and defensive lineman as a senior.
Here’s a video I found of Seger on the bump, tossing what I assume are lightning bolts.
Can you imagine stepping into the batter’s box against that? Like, you get beaned in the most painful spot on your body, are you even giving him the stink-eye as your crawl to first?
Talk about perseverance. Seger’s gotta be bumping “What A Feeling” from the 1983 smash hit Flashdance after that accomplishment. Way better than that Avicii’s “Good Feeling”, which flat-out doesn’t make any sense. Sometimes you get a good feeling that you’ve never ever had before? False. Not possible.
Looking back, I would’ve done next to anything to get a scholly. My kid’s definitely gonna be a long snapper who can fill on tuba in the band and cheerleader who gets to hold up the squad hottie and sneak free peeks.
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