Tulsa scored a touchdown in the second quarter of Saturday night’s game against SMU… and scored another touchdown one second later.

How is that possible? Well, it shouldn’t be possible. But here’s how:

Yes, Tulsa recovered their own kickoff in the end zone for a touchdown, to give them 14 points — after the extra point — in one second.

Now, this play is of course much more about about a brutal effort to catch — or at least pick up/fall on — the football by SMU, but it’s also a great effort from Tulsa’s Kendarin Ray to chase down the ball. In the video, you can see him sprinting for the ball inside the 30-yard line (while SMU’s players look totally lost).

But this will definitely go down as one of the most embarrassing college football plays of the season. The onside kick touchdown is certainly a rare one, as it should be.


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