Watch: Arkansas Converts Improbable Backwards Lateral on 4th and 25, Beats Ole Miss in Overtime

Down seven and on 4th down with 25 yards to go in overtime, the Arkansas Razorbacks needed a miracle to pull out the victory over the Ole Miss Rebels. Tight end Hunter Henry caught a pass near the sideline shy of the first down marker, but threw the ball backwards as he was getting tackled. After bouncing around, the ball landed in running back Alex Collins’ hands. Collins picked up the ball and ran it for a first down.

The Razorbacks then were able to punch the ball in to score. They then elected to go for the two-point conversion and got it to defeat the Rebels 53-52

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