Baylor Kicker Gets Destroyed by Michigan State Defender After Blocked FG

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This play late in the 2015 Cotton Bowl could not have gone any worse for Baylor kicker Chris Callahan.

Not only did Michigan State block his potential game-sealing 43-yard field goal, but a Spartans defender also obliterated him as he tried to chase down the ball-carrier.

Michigan State took advantage of the good field position and scored the game-winning touchdown on the ensuing drive.

As you can see, Michigan State's Tony Lippett showed no mercy in trying to spring his teammate. Here's hoping Callahan escaped this play with no major injuries.

Callahan did let everyone know after the game that he survived the monster hit:

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