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I’ve never seen a football play exactly like this triple-lateral big-dude touchdown

Amazing awareness and teamwork by the Bearcats.

You as well have probably never seen a football play exactly like this one by Division II Northwest Missouri State against Pittsburg State:

To recap, that’s:

  • an interception by safety Kevin Berg,
  • a mid-tackle lateral to safety Edward Richey,
  • a mid-tackle lateral to No. 52, a player unidentified on NMSU’s roster,
  • a mid-tackle lateral to 280-pound defensive end Harold Brantley (formerly of Mizzou),
  • and a glorious run to the end zone by the big man, making the entire thing Piesman Trophy-eligible.

That’s a lot of stuff!

“A rugby game has broken out,” hollers the ASN play-by-play man, accurately.

That might top even this walk-off block-six emergency lateral by Stetson, as far as super weird non-FBS 2016 touchdowns go:

Watch this game-winning Stetson block-six all the way to the end. LAST-SECOND LATERAL!

Posted by SB Nation College Football on Monday, October 24, 2016

Thanks to @RememberF5 on Twitter for sending this our way.