Free Beer & Hot Wings: This Is Why You Don’t Celebrate Before The End Zone [Video]
A football field is only 100 yards long, so how is it possible that during the Utah/Oregon game, a single play racked up nearly 180 yards? Well, here's how.
Utah's Travis Wilson completed a pass to Kaelin Clay for a 78 yard touchdown...or so everyone thought. Yet, Clay just couldn't catch the pass without a bit of showboating, and he managed to let go of the ball about a half a yard before the end zone. Oregon's Joe Walker noticed that Clay hadn't actually gotten into the end zone, picked the ball up and ran the length of the field for a touchdown.
This is probably the craziest play you'll see all year!
Source: Free Beer & Hot Wings