Our only question is: what button combination do you have to push to make that incredible move?
Not actually sure if this is actually a record, but it might be the strangest college football play of the weekend.
It happened Saturday during a game between Cincinnati and Connecticut. The Bearcat’s Aaron Brown picked off a pass from QB Tim Boyle and returned the ball 87 yards only to have it stripped from him and fumble it through the end zone, resulting in a touchback and Connecticut ball at its own 25-yard line.
The interesting thing here is how everyone seems to be taking this fire in stride.
It’s not like the field is going to catch in fire, right? RIGHT???
Here’s more from WIBW:
Nobody was injured when a flaming baton started a small fire at a high school football game in Topeka Friday.
The baton was part of a routine by Beverly Bernardi midway through the Topeka High and Emporia game at Hummer Sports Park.
A small fire along the sideline was quickly dowsed using a cooler full of water. No injuries were reported but the mishap created a major buzz at the game.
Topeka Public Schools Communications Director Ron Harbaugh tells 13 News that little to no damage was done to the facilities or playing field at Hummer Park. All that will be needed he says, is a power washing.
The Texans played the Rams yesterday and got their cowboy hats handed to them.
But that doesn’t forgive the home town fans who actually cheered when starting QB Matt Schaub had to leave the game with an injury.
Here’s more from the YouTube description:
At Reliant Stadium fans cheered when Matt Schaub didn’t get up after he got tackled. Then fans cheered louder when TJ Yates came in the game.
So, the Cowpokes lost 51-48 to the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Just bad luck or does the NFL have something against Dallas and owner Jerry Jones. Was it a conspiracy?
Oh, and Peyton Manning is 147 years old.
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And then it has to be relight by a security guard using his lighter. We’re not sure that’s legal, but hey, it’s Russia.