89-year-old World War II veteran scores TD in Kansas alumni game


Kansas had a rough spring game over the weekend, losing quarterback Michael Cummings to a knee injury.

But beforehand, the Jayhawks produced a great moment.

Bryan Sperry, an 89-year-old World War II veteran who played for the Jayhawks in the 1948 Orange Bowl, scored a touchdown in Kansas' alumni scrimmage.

"That was fun," Sperry told the Kansas City Star. "I didn't know if I could run."

You can check out the run below. The man still has some moves.