I don't think I've ever seen a more impressive athletic play than Ike Hilliard stopping himself with two steps — one basically a jab step executed on turf instead of parquet — and making two Florida State defenders miss, then all but jogging into the end zone for a touchdown in a de facto national championship game.
For fun, try recreating this play sometime in your backyard, or in a park. Try skying to catch a pass at its high point eight feet up in the air, while two defenders converge on you. Try to stop yourself: See how many steps it takes to do it safely, and just concede that your health — in particular, the health of your knees — is more important than working out this theory in practice. Try to outrun everyone chasing you after coming to a full stop.
You won't be able to do any of it.
Ike did all of it.