Indiana pulls in crazy, bouncing interception

Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Just how coach drew it up, I'm sure.

Footballs can take funny bounces from time to time, and the game between Indiana and Bowling Green just happened to be one of those times. Take a look at this interception:

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GIF credit: mocksession.com

Okay, so I think this is what happened here:

1. Bowling Green player catches the ball
2. Bowling Green player loses the ball and it falls between his legs as he falls over
3. The ball is bounced straight up in the air when the player's hand hits it
4. OH HEY LOOK A FOOTBALL GIMME

The Hoosiers are up 28-10, but I'm sure they'll be fine with accepting some good fortune on the play.

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