Unfortunately, I haven't been able to find video of this hit, so we'll just do an oral history here.
Terran Buck was a senior at West Aurora in 2008, and in the first game of the season - the annual East-West game - the linebacker delivered one of the biggest hits The Sports Beacon has ever seen on a field.
The East Aurora QB scrambled to his left, and began to turn up the left sideline (West Aurora's). Buck turned and took the proper angle on this poor QB. I could see this hit coming 20 yards away, but the East QB did not get out of bounds.
The ensuing hit was the loudest I've ever heard, and now - coming up on three football seasons later - others have not forgotten either.
Former Blackhawks coach Buck Drach laughed at the memory:
"Yeah, he took that quarterback out. That might have been one of the biggest hits I've ever seen. it was unbelievable."
Terran's older brother, Jackie Buck, could barely get out his memories of the hit because he was laughing so hard:
"He hits this dude so hard the dude flew into the cheerleaders and started rolling. Then he rolled under the bench!"
"I've never seen anybody get hit that hard in my life where they rolled...he knocked him from the sidelines, through the cheerleaders, and the guy rolled under the bench!"