Valdosta State was up by 11 points in the second half of the Division II national championship game against Ferris State Saturday.
Then, a Valdosta State defender appeared to have an interception in the end zone, only to watch in agony as the ball popped out of his hands and straight into the arms of a Ferris State receiver for a huge touchdown.
Check out this wild, crazy play.
You HAVE to see that Ferris State TD in the D2 national title game https://t.co/FeciVgc7bd
— Kevin McGuire (@KevinOnCFB) December 15, 2018
In the end, the play-by-play reads it was a 13-yard touchdown pass from Jayru Campbell to Keyondre Craig, but in reality it was so much more than that.
With the extra point, Ferris State was only down by four points and just over a quarter left to play.