Back in 2007, BYU and Utah were stuck in a defensive battle that the Cougars led most of the way. After the Utes drove the length of the field and put in their only touchdown with a minute and thirty to go. After three different poorly executed plays (or lack there of) Max Hall was left a 4th down and the sticks 18 yards away. Utah set up in a prevent defense to keep the Cougars many weapons in front of them. Unfortunately for them, they forgot about one Austin Collie. So the ball was snapped, then this happened...
4th & 18...Collie is still open (via sportsplays10)
The Cougs drove down and Harvey Unga punched in the winning TD.
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