Yup, Marshawn Lynch scored a TD in Cal’s spring game

Marshawn Lynch was expected to be a guest on Cal’s campus this weekend when his school held its spring game. He was not, however, expected to play in the game. But since Marshawn Lynch tends to be full of surprises, we probably shouldn’t be that shocked that the Seahawks running back put on pads and a uniform and scored a touchdown during the game.

And before any Seahawks fans freak out, the replay makes it look pretty clearly like the defense knew what was going on and Lynch wasn’t going to get injured on the play. It was a run to the outside, and the only defender who got near Lynch didn’t make much of an effort to hit him.

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