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Pacific University Makes Crazy Two-Point Conversion on Blocked Extra Point (Video)

Pacific University scored on one of the craziest two-point conversions you will ever see during their game Saturday against Lewis & Clark. Lewis & Clark’s extra point attempt was blocked, and the players all stood around as if the play was over. Out of nowhere, defensive back Bryan Mills took off with the ball running the other direction. He didn’t stop until reaching the end zone, giving the Boxers two unexpected points. Here is the video:

Lewis & Clark won the game 61-35 but you could consider Pacific somewhat of a winner just for that incredible highlight. The play reminded me a lot of this trick play. For some reason, players tend to lose their minds when the opposing team just stops moving. Let this play serve as a reminder to all football players: never stop playing until you hear the whistle.


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  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    That’s not a two point conversion. It’s a Touch Down.

  • http://www.facebook.com/megraham Mark Graham

    How many times have you heard a coach teach you: “Play to the whistle!”   Or in baseball, “Don’t umpire the game.”

    Even though Lewis & Clark won, their coaching staff or their player have a lot to learn.

  • http://www.facebook.com/megraham Mark Graham

    AZ4NU, It’s not a touchdown, because the play was an extra point.  Please learn the rules of football.   A failed extra point returned to the offensive endzone is not a touch down.    It is a special score, instituted several years ago.

  • Anonymous

    If I’m not mistaken, this play is officially ruled a safety.  2 points were awarded to Pacific but it’s not a 2 point conversion because Pacific did not score a touchdown on the previous play.