A team lines up for an extra point.
Suddenly, the holder turns and begins hopping toward the sideline, screeching and scratching like a monkey gone wild.
The kicker takes the snap and completes a pass that results in a 2-point conversion.
Innovative play or illegal deception?
What’s the call?
For many of the commenters on the YouTube video, it’s a clever play that should be rewarded.
An NCAA football first took place this week and very few people noticed.
That’s the byproduct of a perfect night for anyone who has ever worn a black-and-white striped shirt.
Four of the seven-person officiating crew at the NCAA Division II game between Miles College and Lane College were women when the two teams kicked off Thursday in Birmingham, Ala.
The Southern Intercollege Athletic Conference contest is believed to be the first majority-female officiating crew for an NCAA game.