Pitt's hurdling touchdown dazzled College football world.

The Pit Panthers are coming off their best year in decades.

Many people thought if the 2022 college football season would be a letdown for the program.

They appear to be hurdling their way toward another successful campaign so far.

After defeat West Virginia last week’s in the Backyard Brawl, Pitt hosted the SEC’s Tennessee Volunteers.

They were trailing 10-7 early in the second quarter, because they were finding themselves in back-and-forth battle.

Bartholomew turned on the jets when quarterback Kedon Slovis found tight end Gavin Bartholomew near the sidelines for a big gain.

After turned on the jets Bartholomew made his way downfield,

where he hurdled a Tennessee defender en route to the endzone for a touchdown.

We've witnessed wide receivers, running backs, and quarterbacks leap over defenders.

However, it's pretty uncommon to see a tight end gain that much height throughout a play.