50. Bag Of TricksBoise State hook-and-lateral thrills Fiesta Bowl
Jan. 1, 2007: Boise State's sandlot scoring spree to win the Fiesta Bowl 43-42 against Oklahoma ended with a Statue of Liberty play and included a halfback pass. But the play it began with was the most amazing of all -- a hook-and-lateral from midfield with seven seconds left, forcing overtime. Facing a fourth-and-18 and trailing by a touchdown, the undefeated, underdog Broncos appeared beaten until Jared Zabransky fired a 15-yard pass to Jerard Rabb, who then lateraled to Drisan James, who streaked 35 yards down the sideline untouched. Best play call this side of the Annexation of Puerto Rico.
-- Pat Forde