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VIDEO: Michigan Fake Field Goal Pass Lands In Long Snapper's Hands

The 2012 Sugar Bowl has gone completely sideways, with the Michigan Wolverines suddenly leading, 10-6, after trailing for almost the entire half. After a 45-yard Denard Robinson touchdown chuck to Junior Hemingway, the Virginia Tech Hokies fumbled away the ensuing kickoff, ... AND THEN!

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Nobody's yet figured out exactly whether that was a called fake field goal or what, but what you saw there was a bobbled snap, a heave by doomed holder Drew Dileo, a tipped pass, and long snapper Jareth Glanda making the catch for the first down. Les Miles was a Michigan man, you'll recall. These things don't just sprout up out of nowhere.

All that led to ... a successful field goal.

For more on the 2012 Sugar Bowl, visit Virginia Tech blog Gobbler Country and Michigan blog Maize 'n' Brew, plus SB Nation Detroit and Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire.