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And now, the Tumwater High 'Bouquet Pass'

Tumwater High School from Washington State unleashed an unorthodox two-point conversion to take the lead in a game. It may be the dumbest best play you'll see today.

Ready to see a completely crazy two-point conversion from a high school football game? Yes, of course you are. Here's a little bit of context for y'all, courtesy of Cameron Smith from Yahoo! Sports.

The action unfolded in Washington State, where Tumwater High was facing off against highly-ranked Olympia (Wash.) Capital High. In a tight game, Tumwater quarterback Jayden Croft connected with tight end Jamie Bryant on a 4-yard touchdown grab with just under 3:00 remaining. The grab brought Tumwater within two-points at 21-19, setting up a two-point conversion to tie the game or, in all likelihood, seal a loss.

We can all agree that this is a very dumb play, but you can't argue with results. I guess now the Tumwater coach can cross this play off his ... bouquet list.

(h/t to Brandon Stroud at With Leather)

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