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Former Seahawks star Marshawn Lynch hilariously returns to school in epic video

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Former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch became one of the NFL’s most recognizable players on and off the field. On the field, he was known as ‘Beast Mode’ for his violent running style. Off the field, he became famous for being a man of very, very few words. Well, Lynch is back and this time, he’s returning to where it all started. That’s right, Marshawn Lynch went back to school.

This is great. Marshawn Lynch had the most incredulous response to the boy asking about whether or not humans’ stomach acid could melt down gold. Basically, former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch got to spend the day blowing things up in a science classroom with a bunch of kids.

Considering that this was an earth science classroom, perhaps the students and Lynch were able to get a Richter scale reading on the former Seahawks halfback’s infamous “Beast Quake” run against the New Orleans Saints in the 2010 playoffs. All in the name of science, of course.

Seattle favorite Marshawn Lynch looked like he made learning science fun for these kids. From the ex-Seahawks back talking about flip flops made of sugar, to inserting fart noises when the teacher asked if anyone could name another gas, to talking about “bottling and selling the science concoctions they were making in the classroom, there were plenty of hilarious Lynch moments to go around.

This could be the beginning of a beautiful partnership between former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch and schools around the country.