Yep, 2,800 to tie Hall, so what has Henry done? Broken the record by nearly 400 yards, with a game left to play.

He entered last weekend's game with 11,028, or 104 yards behind Hall. He ended the night with 11,610 career yards by gaining 482 yards and six touchdowns.

The video is of highlights from this season. He looks like a man among boys while playing, and he might be. And yet, is only considered a four-star recruit. The 6-foot 3-inch, 243-pound running back is a little tall for most running backs, but he used his ability to rush into the record books.

Oh, and just to bug everyone a little more, he has committed to Alabama, so his name will probably be brought up a few more times before his career is over.

From rags to riches:

Everyone has their story to tell. Some are long and winding; they fill books of ingenuity and toil. Some are simple and follow a plan. Some get told, others don't.

Andrew McCutchen from his twitter account @theCUTCH22 standing in front of the house he grew up in.

For Andrew McCutchen, a picture he tweeted out could sum up everything that he is.

McCutchen is now the face of the Pittsburgh Pirates, an MLB team that is starting to come around, in large part to his work and talent. The banners of his picture have his jersey, number 22, playing a game that has made him a millionaire.

The picture he tweeted from @theCUTCH22 shows him looking back at his childhood home. A little shack of a place where so many lives start and where many live and finish.

He certainly isn't alone in his journey, there are movies and books about these adventures into greatness, but it can humble anyone thinking that you can go from something so small to become something larger than life.

Another interesting high school ruling:

"Sorry son, your cleats were too long, you can't play in the playoffs." This actually happened; it's not something from "Footloose" or "1984." This really happened.

Trent Hardin was a starting linebacker for his team, Philomath High, in Oregon. He was playing in his first-round game with the team, when at halftime, his cleats were deemed to be too long for use in a game. He was kicked out of the last half of that game and their next game.

Hardin sat it out and his team lost 35-28.

His parents bought him some studs to screw into the cleats he was using and no one knew they were too long, or even that it was illegal to have long cleats. The Oregon Scholastic Activities Association was not forgiving and believed it deserved more than a half-game suspension.

Once I had to wait out a soccer game for wearing football cleats, but I knew I wasn't playing football.

This kid will play again, he is only a junior, but as the UHSAA showed, sometimes there are the rules and it makes sense, but a game for an extra half an inch just doesn't make sense.

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