Video: There Was Another Wild, Miracle Play In College Football On Saturday

PJ Browne
By PJ Browne

Last weekend, the Miami Hurricanes stole victory with an incredible kick-off return featuring play more akin to rugby than American football. The officiating team was subsequently suspended after they missed several penalty calls during the play.

Yesterday, there was another miracle, this time featuring the Arkansas Razorbacks on a fourth down.

Behind by a touchdown in overtime against Ole Miss, Arkansas had a long fourth down which they converted thanks to a wild backwards pass from tight end Hunter Henry.

The ball ended up in the hands of running back Alex Collins who ran for a first down.

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After scoring a touchdown, the Razorbacks could have levelled the game with a one-point conversion, instead they went for two to win the game. It was actually their second attempt at the two-point conversion after the initial one had to be replayed following a penalty.

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