Hurdling Pros: If you time it right, you'll hurdle the guy most of the time. The chance is basically higher than spin, juke, stiff arm, trucking. Cons: If you mess it up really badly, you'll fumble it quite a bit. People do it occasionally in games and such, Sam McGuffie did it all the time in high school, for example, and there's people who have done it in college, but not a whole lot. Do you use this at all? In addition to the other methods of breaking tackles? Would you call someone out for cheesing if it was used against you?