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Ole Miss capped off a high-scoring first half against Oklahoma State with a gadget-play touchdown in the closing seconds.

By SI Wire
January 01, 2016

Ole Miss capped off a high-scoring first half against Oklahoma State with a gadget-play touchdown in the closing seconds.

On first-and-goal from the two-yard line, and just five seconds on the second quarter clock, Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly took the shotgun snap and rolled to his right.

As the entire Cowboys defense collapsed to the right, offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil leaked out to the left and caught a backwards lateral from Kelly. He then ran in for a two-yard score to give Ole Miss a 34–6 lead in the Sugar Bowl.

- Kenny Ducey

 

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