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Iowa took a 13–9 lead on Michigan State early in the fourth quarter of the Big Ten Championship game after an 85-yard bomb to Tevaun Smith.

By SI Wire
December 05, 2015

Iowa took a 13–9 lead on Michigan State early in the fourth quarter of the Big Ten Championship game after C.J. Beathard threw an 85-yard bomb to Tevaun Smith.

On the first play of the fourth, second and 20, Beathard dropped deep and found a streaking Smith in the middle of the field. The receiver hauled in the pass and eluded a defender before coasting into the end zone and punctuating the score with the omnipresent “dab.” A successful extra point made it 13–9.

The score marked Iowa’s longest offensive play of the season.

With Iowa at No. 4 and MSU at No. 5, the Big Ten title game functions essentially as a play-in game for the upcoming College Football Playoff.

You can watch the play below, as narrated by a highly excited Gus Johnson (turn on sound).

Jeremy Woo

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