VIDEO: Western Michigan Flea-Flicker Touchdown In Little Caesars Bowl

In the first quarter of the 2011 Little Caesars Bowl, the Western Michigan Broncos took the first lead they have ever taken in a bowl game via this fantastically-drawn up flea-flicker from quarterback Alex Carder to Bronco receiver Jordan White for the score.

The touchdown, coupled with an extra point fakeout that led to a two-point conversion, put WMU up 8-0 on the Purdue Boilermakers early.

It's been a game full of trick plays including halfback option passes and onside kicks, not to mention a kick return for a touchdown and four turnovers. Every time you think you've seen the last exciting trick in the playbook, someone pulls out a new one, though not always on purpose.

The Little Ceasars Bowl might not sound like an exciting game, but it sure has become one.

For more on the Broncos, visit The Hustle Belt. For more on the Boilermakers, visit Purdue blog Hammer and Rails.

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