Ferris State lost a heartbreaking 49-47 game to Valdosta State in the NCAA Division II title game, but one of the touchdowns they scored was something you don't see often in a game.

It happened late in the game, helping the Bulldogs get back in it. Ferris quarterback (and Harlan Hill Trophy winner!!!) Jayru Campbell was rolling out when he decided no one was open and he would just toss the ball out of the end zone.

At the last second, one of the Valdosta players thought 'Hey I can get my hand on this!' and reached back and tried to tip it to a teammate for the interception. But his teammate wasn't paying attention and a Ferris player grabbed it and was standing in the end zone for a score.


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