Western Kentucky punter Jake Collins did a lot of things on one play in the third quarter against Florida International on Friday night, but none of those things were good for the Hilltoppers.

Collins looked like he was going to punt, but took off when he saw some open field (it’s hard to tell if it was a designed fake or if he just took off on his own), only to quickly turn around after an FIU player started chasing after him. The junior then stumbled, fell down, fumbled, stood back up, tried to pick up the ball, had the ball knocked away, knocked the ball away himself, and FIU’s FlaIn D’Vonte Price finally scooped it up and ran into the end zone for a 38-yard touchdown.

Get all that? See the hilarious play for yourself:

And you know you want to see it with the Benny Hill music:

Ah, that works so much better.

The play may not be quite as crazy as the fumble that left a 3rd-and-93 for Louisiana Tech, but it’s definitely one of the most embarrassing plays in college football this season.


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