VIDEO: Wake Forest RB Kenneth Walker Runs 96 Yards for Longest Rushing TD in Program History

Wake Forest held a 20-point lead over Rice in fourth quarter on Friday night, but they certainly didn't take their collective foot off the throttle. After starting their drive at the four yard line, the Demon Deacons handed the ball off to freshman running back Kenneth Walker. On what was a very patient play for the youngster, he managed to squeak through a late-emerging gap provided from his offensive line, and explode into open space.

Five Rice defenders were giving chase to the freshman but he managed to maintain his lead and skirt into the end zone for six. He now owns the record for the longest rushing touchdown in Wake Forest history, and he's officially put this game out of reach.