The Michigan State Spartans finally got on the board against Michigan Saturday, and it took a trick-play touchdown pass to quarterback Brian Lewerke to make it happen.
Touchdown #MichiganState! Does this play look familiar? ? pic.twitter.com/kyQCsx0gnP
— Yardbarker (@yardbarker) October 20, 2018
This play is eerily similar to the one the Philadelphia Eagles made famous in Super Bowl LII.
The Spartans were in the red zone thanks to a lost fumble by Michigan’s Chris Evans.
They quickly turned it around by scoring their first touchdown of the game, tying it up at 7-7 early in the third quarter.