FSU just pulled off the worst reverse play in college football history
If there’s one play that sums up the last 4 years in Tallahassee, it happened Saturday night.
Down 21-3 against Miami in the second quarter, Florida State attempted a reverse-pass, and it should be tuned to circus music. The running back took the handoff and pitched it back on a reverse to the wide receiver, who then ran backwards nearly 15 yards. While being tackled, he decided to throw it, and he completed to the other team for an interception.
Seriously, no words really describe this one. You have to watch it unfold.
One of the great trainwrecks that I’ve ever seen on a reverse. pic.twitter.com/UrTMFCsgOz
— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) September 27, 2020
Miami is now beating FSU 35-3 before halftime, and the Seminoles remain cursed.
Remember, College GameDay elected to visit Miami for this rivalry game, while FSU head coach Mike Norvell isn’t even coaching due to testing positive for the coronavirus.