No one can ever have a longer touchdown run in college football than Abdul Adams of Oklahoma.

With the third-ranked Sooners backed up to their 1 after a botched kickoff return, Adams took an inside handoff, burst through the line and was into the wide open _ and sprinting the length of the field for a 99-yard touchdown run. 

It was the first time in Sooners history for a player to have the longest possible scoring run. 

The longest run for Oklahoma before that was from 96 yards, and that had been done twice before. Jeff Frazier had a 96-yarder in 1995, and Buck McPhail had the first in 1951.