Shea Patterson had an unfortunate stumble on Sunday during a USFL game between Houston and Michigan.

Patterson, the former Ole Miss and Michigan quarterback, struggled on a snap on second-and-goal where he faked a handoff and stumbled to the turf. The Gamblers then scooped up the ball and scored on a play that went nearly the length of the field.

Houston prevailed in the game, 17-12, after Patterson’s last-second pass for La’Michael Pettway was incomplete as Pettway was out of town. There was also an illegal chop block on the play.

Patterson was the No. 1 overall pick in the USFL draft to the Michigan Panthers before Jordan Ta’amu, another former Ole Miss QB, went No. 2 to the Tampa Bay Bandits.

The USFL season kicked off on Saturday, and pulled in 3 million viewers as the Birmingham Stallions took on the New Jersey Generals.

Each team will play a 10-game regular-season in Birmingham, Alabama. Playoff semifinals between the top 2 teams in each division and a championship game between division winners will be played in Canton, Ohio.