Introducing the Barking Dog Inbounds Play

I can't believe this play actually worked. I mean, this kid doesn't even sound like a dog. At least get someone in there whose voice has changed: ↵
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↵On second thought, isn't it possible that wasn't a designed play at all? Perhaps this young man was voicing his displeasure with the cheerleaders. How rude. ↵

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↵Either way, the fellas at Mouthpiece Sports are convinced the barking wasn't the reason the Grace Lutheran Eagles scored on that play. Something about middle school kids not knowing how to play defense ... ↵

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↵(Video via Deuce of Davenport) ↵

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↵UPDATE: Thanks to ShareBro Reed, it seems that this play isn't new. It is, however, still ridiculously stupid.
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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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