Every great play in college football history has a good nickname to go along with it -- the Bluegrass Miracle, the Kick Six, The Play, etc.
And given that Michigan State's last-second win over Michigan is clearly one of the best plays in the history of the game, it, too, needs a name. Even Michigan State's head coach is asking for one.
Dantonio is open to suggestions for a name for the final play last night. "Just needs to be something simple."— Mike Wilson (@MikeWilson247) October 18, 2015
Here are the contenders, some being thrown around all over the Internet and some new ones.
The Gift Six: Even the biggest Michigan State fan would admit that was a gift-wrapped play from Michigan. It was actually many gifts in one.
The Mich Six: Like Gift Six, but applicable to just teams from Michigan.
The Punt Six: Pretty self-explanatory.
The Quick Six: That sure was a very quick way to score six points!
Agony in Ann Arbor: Pretty standard, but breaks the "Six" trend.
The Michigan State Miracle: Same.
The Punt: The only issue is that it wasn't really a punt, because he never kicked the ball.
Endzone: The Snap, Drop and Runback of Michigan's Punt, by John U. Bacon: In stores next summer!
Fail to the Victors: It was a pretty big fail, and Michigan's fight song is "Hail to the Victors."
WOLVIE NO! or HARBY NO! Like the dormant meme "Sparty No!," used when MSU teams suffer a catastrophe.
SPARTY YES! The opposite of Sparty No!
The Big House Blunder/Bungle/Botch/other B words: More alliteration!
Watts Just Happened: The player who scored the touchdown is named Jalen Watts-Jackson.
The Jackson 6: See above.
Vote on your favorite and leave other suggestions in the comments.