He holds every major Kansas passing record, led the Jayhawks to the winningest season in school history, and became a larger than life figure on campus. In short, Todd Reesing is a Kansas football legend. But what made this legend? Small of stature, his size prevented him from getting offers from the best programs in his home state of Texas. So he ended up in Lawrence, playing for Mark Mangino. And when he got the chance to play, he took the reins and ran with it, determined to get his revenge on the Big 12 programs that passed on him. We know what motivated Reesing, but how did he turn that grudge into the best seasons by any quarterback in the history of Jayhawk football? And why was he the right guy in the right position at the right time to lead Kansas to Orange Bowl glory?