The South Carolina Gamecocks are playing host to the South Carolina State Bulldogs at Williams-Brice Stadium on Thursday night.

The Gamecocks are heavily favored, and Coach Beamer is not afraid to get creative. After QB Spencer Rattler hit MarShawn Lloyd for the score to go up 6-0, the Gamecocks decided to go for the two-point conversion.

However, it was not your typical two-point conversion play call. Instead, junior defensive lineman, Tonka Hemingway lined up in a wildcat formation and took the direct snap into the end zone, successfully converting the two-point try.

This is the first time that Hemingway has found the end zone in his college football career. Definitely a cool moment for the junior.

The Gamecocks have a 15-0 lead over the Bulldogs midway through the 2nd quarter. South Carolina hopes for an easy win here after a rough start to the season in Columbia.