TRINDON HOLLIDAY IS FASTER THAN OTHER FAST PEOPLE, CAMELS

If you don't know Trindon Holliday, just look for tiny blurring object skittering around the field when LSU plays, and that's him. Part quantum anomaly, part running back, and all midget, the 5'5" running back is unfairly and incomprehensibly fast. How he ever gets tackled is a mystery worthy of scientific study, and further proof that college athletes with lateral speed are beasts beyond parallel and worth their weight in scholarship dollars and high-grade cafeteria chow.

Holliday won the 100m at the SEC Track and Field championships by running 100 meters in 10.01 seconds. The camel finished in seventh place for guest competitors King Abdallah Technical University and Moral Prefectory of Riyadh.

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