USC's Adoree' Jackson is pretty athletic, in my opinion.
Notre Dame cut its deficit to USC to 31-21 in the third quarter, but that only held up for a few seconds. USC defensive back/wide receiver Adoree' Jackson wasn't letting the Fighting Irish hang around as he took the ensuing kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown after hurdling Notre Dame's kicker.
Not so sure that this isn't the best special teams touchdown of the 2016 college football season.
Jackson goes the distance without being touched at all. You don't really anticipate him hurdling over a player whatsoever until he times it perfectly to hurdle over the kicker attempting to knock him out of bounds.
Jackson also took a screen pass 52 yards to the house on his lone reception of the game earlier in the contest.
The Trojans lead Notre Dame 38-21 in the fourth quarter on ABC.