"I left it on the ground and started running."
New England Patriots running back James White had himself a hell of a performance during Super Bowl LI, catching a Super Bowl-record 14 passes for 110 yards and scoring three total touchdowns, including the game-winner in overtime.
White made sure to keep the football from the first touchdown he scored, but what about the last one? The one that clinched the victory for New England?
"I actually don't know what I did with the football," White told Dan Patrick. "I left it on the ground and started running. Hopefully Dave has that for me in the equipment room."
You can't really fault the guy for being so jacked up after scoring a game-winning touchdown in the Super Bowl that he ran off and forgot to keep the ball. On the bright side, at least he still has his jersey, unlike Tom Brady whose game-worn jersey is still MIA.
Listen to White's interview with Dan Patrick about losing the football and hopefully receiving Brady's MVP car below.