California quarterback Ross Bowers produced a sensational acrobatic move as his team upset Washington State last night.
Cal were ahead 20-3 in the fourth quarter when Bowers found himself in a third and goal situation. Spotting a gap in the defence as the play broke down, Bowers made a burst for the goal line. Finding two Washington players in his way, Bowers had to improvise.
The 20-year-old front flipped over two Washington defenders to score the touchdown. Had it not been for the presence of Washington player on the ground, Bowers would probably have nailed the landing too.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) October 14, 2017
It is not the first time that Bowers has pulled off such acrobatics. He previously did so while playing for his high school team.