It was serious enough that Texas coach Mack Brown crossed the field at a hushed Faurot Field to have a look.
In the SEC championship game on Saturday, No. 3 Auburn will see a player who's made it all the way back.
Coaches and teammates couldn't have been more pleased that the 5-foot-9, 190-pound junior got a chance to really stretch his legs on the go-ahead touchdown late in the victory over Texas A&M that wrapped up the SEC East.
"You saw Henry, when he got that one hole how fast he took off," center Evan Boehm said. "And that's something special to see. What better person to get that than Henry?"
Three teams from the league -- Florida State, Virginia and Virginia Tech -- are in the women's soccer national semifinals.
"We live it every day. We're in the ACC all the time, so we're not surprised by it," said Virginia coach Steve Swanson, whose Cavaliers have the No. 1 overall seed.
"To maybe the general soccer fans around the country that aren't in our conference and don't see the level of play that we see, it might be a little bit harder to grasp," he added. "For us, it's an amazing conference, and it's only gotten better."
They're joined by UCLA, which kept it from being an all-ACC final four by knocking off North Carolina in the quarterfinals.