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Game ends in 6-6 Tie...
The greatest football fake of the year didn't come from the mind of Bill Belichick or out of the Boise State Broncos playbook. It came from a middle school coach in Corpus Christi, Texas, and his eighth-grade quarterback.
During Saturday's middle school championship game against rival Wynn Seale, the Driscoll Middle School team pulled off one of the best trick plays you'll ever see. Late in the third quarter, with Driscoll down 6-0, the Wynn Seale defense was called for a 5-yard penalty which led to a respotting of the ball. Before the next snap, quarterback Jason Garza loudly told the center that the refs were marking off 5 more yards. Garza then told the center to give him the ball - technically hiking it to start the play - and pretended to mark off the additional yardage. Once he was clear of the defensive line, Garza made a break for the end zone.
The 6-6 score after the missed extra point was the game's final.
Best Football Play of the Year 2010!!!
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