Driscoll Middle School: Texas school's football trick play goes viral
If you watched "SportsCenter" on Monday (Nov. 8) -- or the "Today" show, or any number of other highlight shows -- you may have seen the amazing play run by the football team at Driscoll Middle School in Corpus Christi, Texas.
But just because you've seen it, there's no reason not to watch again, and again. It's that good -- so good that it's already racked up more than a million views on YouTube. The play is simple: Driscoll lines up, and the center hands the ball over his shoulder -- not between his legs as usual -- to quarterback Jason Garza. He then proceeds to walk through the defense of rival Wynn Seale, which looks confused by the oddball snap. But no whistle blows, and Garza soon takes off, all the way to the end zone.
The trick play tied the game at 6, which is how it ended.
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