Middle School Trick Play

November 9, 2010 by staff 

Middle School Trick Play, (CNN) – During football match Driscoll Middle School during the weekend in Corpus Christi, Texas quarterback pulled a play is incredible stuff for the highlight reel of all time. In the middle of the game, the center gave the quarterback of the ball. While holding the ball, he walked slowly forward, as it were greenfields, stimulation to a penalty. But after walking behind the defensive line, he sprinted into the end zone and scored a touchdown. Because the center had given the ball early in the game, the defensive line did not even know the game had begun.

The video of “just playing” has quickly gone viral. The referees say it’s legal, but there were mixed reactions about the room. American Morning John Roberts and Kiran Chetry to speak with the creators of the game round, quarter Driscoll Middle School eighth grade, Jason Garza and assistant coach and offensive coordinator, John De Los Santos.

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