OT: LA Tech goes from 2nd and goal at the 7 to 3rd and 93 in yakity sax fashion

Submitted by julesh on September 9th, 2017 at 11:40 PM

This play resulted in a loss of almost 90 yards.

HOW IS THIS EVEN REAL? pic.twitter.com/gsD9GulNaF

— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) September 10, 2017

I'll post again in the comments just in case the tweet doesn't want to embed in the OP.

Edit: Now with music! (Thanks bacon.)


Sorry but it had to be done. pic.twitter.com/DJIwj3xyEr

— Braden Bishop (@tbradenbishop) September 10, 2017



September 10th, 2017 at 9:08 AM ^

I mean, he would call the same thing that we always got to experience on 3rd and 4 or 3rd and 5, right? Zone read left, gain of maybe three yards.

The question would be  this - would he open up the playbook a bit and try a short wheel route on 4th and, say, 89? Would he dare to dream?


September 10th, 2017 at 12:24 AM ^

According to Wikipedia they've only hosted a BCS-conference school one other time since their stadium went up in '68--they played Miss State in '08 too. Before that you have to go back to '53 when they played Florida State...which doesn't exactly count, because FSU was just six years removed from being the Florida State College for Women.

They've played people in Shreveport--the stadium there is about twice as big. But in Ruston it's just been those two games.


September 10th, 2017 at 9:27 AM ^

LA Tech had driven to the Mississippi State 2. QB got sacked on fourth and goal and the fumble was scooped and run back 90 yards for a TD.

There were also three blocked extra points in the game, and one of those was run back for a score.

What a weird game.