Clarence Anderson destroyed the NAIA record book as a wide receiver for the Ottawa (Kan.) Braves, but his NFL dreams fell a bit short. He's playing these days for the Warsaw Eagles of the Polish American Football League, which is a thing.
It's a rather sizable thing, actually, featuring 74 teams in five different divisions. Sometimes these teams play outside their own division, which is what happened Saturday when the top-flight Eagles took on crosstown second-division recently promoted squad Warsaw Spartans. It was ugly, as you might expect, with the Eagles winning 71-0. Perhaps the most impressive part of that trouncing is this punt return TD for Anderson. He breaks at least a dozen tackles en route to the end zone, and if you're hard up for some football highlights in June this should give you your fix.
h/t to Kacper