The Memphis Tigers were trailing the Bowling Green Falcons early in the fourth quarter 41-34. That is when the team decided to get a little tricky to try to tie the game.
Quarterback Paxton Lynch found Tevin Jones on a 48-yard bomb after a reverse into a flea flicker opened up the wide open play down the field. The Tigers ended up tying the game after the big play.
— ESPN (@espn) September 19, 2015
The Tiger fans were clearly happy with the result of the trick play as they can heard cheering in the video below.
Memphis' double-reverse-flea-flicker: pic.twitter.com/wICN50r7au
— Tom Schad (@Tom_Schad) September 19, 2015
The Tigers ended up winning the game 44-41 after a game-winning field goal by Jake Elliott midway through the fourth quarter. Lynch finished the game with 386 yards and three touchdowns. For the Falcons, quarterback Matt Johnson had another huge game with 443 yards and four touchdowns.
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