Trinity Tigers defeat Milsaps Majors using 15 laterals

In case you haven’t seen this yet, here it is. I hate to give things away from the start but the offense creatively uses the lateral to pull off a 65 yard, 1 minute+ play to continue their fight toward the SCAC title

7 Responses to Trinity Tigers defeat Milsaps Majors using 15 laterals

  1. johndobbs says:

    LOL … it was too blurry to keep up with … but fun!

  2. preacherman says:

    You know the Holy Trinity was with them on that play! 🙂

  3. David Burstein says:

    Dear Sirs: Like everyone who saw the final play of the game b/w Milsap and Trinity University, I was amazed by what happened.
    However, if you look at the tape again, number 7 , Curry of Trinity University actually was knocked out of bounds twice on the play and therefore was inelegible for future participation. So, while your school will forever be mocked, the other team actually lucked out.

  4. David Burstein says:

    Dear Sirs: Like everyone who saw the final play of the game b/w Milsap and Trinity University, I was amazed by what happened.
    However, if you look at the tape again, number 7 , Curry of Trinity University actually was knocked out of bounds twice on the play and therefore was inelegible for future participation. So, while your school will forever be mocked, the other team actually lucked out.

  5. Philip says:

    Matthew, do you know who the head coach of Milsaps (the losing team) is? None other than former University of Alabama head man, Mike DuBose.

    Crazy, huh?

  6. Joe says:

    David, from the official rules

    Caught or Recovered
    ARTICLE 2. A backward pass or fumble may be caught or recovered by any inbounds player.
    a. If caught, the ball continues in play (A.R. 7-2-2-I and II).

    The eligible receiver rules only apply to forward passes.

  7. caleb says:

    Yea Dave, get with the program.

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