We have “The Play of the Century of the Week” and a shocker in Stillwater. #22 Oklahoma State was stunned by Central Michigan on an improbable game-winning Hail Mary Hook and Ladder. The home crowd at Boone Pickens Stadium is still wondering what the hell just happened.
With Oklahoma State leading 27 – 24, the officials gave the Chippewas one last untimed down with :00 left from the 50 after an intentional grounding penalty that should have ended the game.
Central Michigan quarterback Cooper Rush heaved a prayer that was caught by receiver Jesse Kroll at the 7 yard-line. Kroll had the presence of mind to lateral the ball to Corey Willis, who ran across the entire width of the field, barely stretching across the goal line for the score. Ballgame. Upset. Unreal.
It’s only Week 2, but this is going to be hard to beat for College Football Play of the Year.
— FS1 (@FS1) September 10, 2016