Video: Tulane player draws unsportsmanlike conduct flag with epic flop
We have our early candidate for flop of the year, and it will take some real effort for the rest of 2020 to outdo it.
Tulane and Southern Miss contested the Armed Forces Bowl on Saturday afternoon, but the highlight came late in the third quarter. With Tulane up 16-13, the Green Wave intercepted a Southern Miss pass and returned it to the USM 5-yard line, setting them up nicely to score.
At the end of the play, an unidentified Tulane player was shoved by Southern Miss player Trivenskey Mosley and executed the flop of all flops.
Nah this is a top 10 flop of all-time! LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! They lowered him like he was at church getting prayed for pic.twitter.com/Q9wTSrhfSO
— Boo Boo Shoester (@FTBeard11) January 4, 2020
It basically turns into a trust fall at the end. It’s fantastic.
Tulane may have scored anyway, but the penalty moved the ball to the 2-yard line. An ensuing touchdown made it 23-13, and Southern Miss never recovered, ultimately losing 30-13.
Clearly that player took notes from this guy. Hey, if it works, it works.