"...he has no idea Charles Woodson can jump 15 feet in the air." — actual call, not really hyperbole.
When I posted the above GIF on Twitter today, someone pointed out that the icing on the cake was Dhani Jones (#55) body-slamming the MSU receiver on the sideline. I've watched that play literally hundreds of times since it first happened (gulp) 16 years ago; this is the first time I've ever noticed Dhani's hit. Watching a purportedly-mortal human take flight can be distracting.
[Hit THE JUMP for Braylonfest.gif, Desmond Howard doing Desmond Howard things, Manningham FTW, and more.]
My laptop is being a pain so no lightboxes for these. If you have a non-Chrome browser, hit 'escape' to stop animation. If you have Chrome, I highly recommend adding the extension GIF Scrubber, which gives you movie-like control of GIFs.
Last year's MSU OFAAT post lives here; it was actually the first full-blown OFAAT, and I was still getting the hang of the GIFs thing, but this one holds up well:
From 2007, here's Mario Manningham's game-winning touchdown:
Other 2007 GIFs: Henne's freakin' perfect TD pass to Mathews, Hart saves Mallett's bacon, Henne's comical yet triumphant exit.
From 2004, BRAYLONFEST DOT GIF:
Tyrone Wheatley laughs at your futile tackling attempts:
Yep, still laughing.
Interfere with this:
Kicking to Desmond: not a good idea.
No, Michigan State did not invent, nor perfect, the fake punt:
Move, ref, get out the way.