College Football Highlights 2013-14 (HD):
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Music; We'll Be Coming - Calvin Harris (feat. Example) (KillSonik remix)
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Nebraska's Hail Mary, Nick O'leary's Truck, Moses Webb's Redemption, and several other highlights that did
Game winning touchdown, overhead backwards.... One of the greatest High school football hits/plays of 2012.
This is THE Bouquet Pass. The final 1:11 seconds of the Oakmont Vikings spectacular comeback. With the Fighting Zebras leading 43-36, Oakmont drove 78 yards in the final 1:11 seconds and scoring the final TD with no time on the clock. Coach Moore made a gutsy call to not tie the game but to win it all. What looked like an extra point formation, holder and QB Taylor Laird did his best "statue of liberty" impression and flipped the ball backwards sending the Oakmont sideline into a frenzy and the Fighting Zebras stunned and looking for answers. This will go down as one of the greatest comeback in high school football history, and not to tie but to win it.
Three seconds, Two steals, One ridiculous buzzer-beater for the ages! This is the final 2 minutes of the New Rochelle vs Mount Vernon Section 1 Class AA High School Championship basketball game that took place in Westchester, NY on March 3rd, 2013.
Khalil Edney hits a 55-foot game winning buzzer beater from well past half court with 0.1 second left to give ninth-seeded New Rochelle the 61-60 dramatic upset win over third-seeded Mount Vernon. Just how bizarre was the shot? Edney began the sequence by inbounding the ball under his own basket. His baseball pass intended for teammate Joe Clarke was intercepted by a Mount Vernon player at mid-court, who proceeded to loft the ball in the air across the time line in order to run out the clock. But Edney alertly caught the ball in front of the 3-point line his team was defending before letting it fly literally right before time expired.
This is probably one of the more improbable basketball finishes you will ever see. The final two minutes of the game have been edited down to provide further context to this remarkable ending.