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MUST SEE: Baylor's 6-Foot-7, 410-Pound Tight End Catches TD Pass

LOS ANGELES ( — It's not everyday a 410-pound converted offensive lineman hauls in a receiving touchdown, but that is exactly what Baylor University's LaQuan McGowan did on Saturday.

After officially making the position switch from offensive line to tight end in the offseason, McGowan had not caught a pass this season before today.

His only career catch prior to today's touchdown came least season when he hauled in an 18-yard pass that also went for a touchdown.

With the Baylor Bears ahead 31-7 in the 2nd quarter, Head Coach Art Briles sent McGowan into the game.

Quarterback Seth Russell found McGowan in the middle of the field for a touchdown to put the team ahead 38-7.

Former Baylor QB and current Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III even had something to say about the catch.

Since this is clearly the best touchdown that will be scored all day, here is another angle of McGowan's 2nd career receiving touchdown.

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