High School QB Completes Behind-The-Back Pass For 2-Point Conversion
Total Pro Sports – We have seen Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow complete the jump shot pass. Now Will Briscoe of Louisiana’s Central High School has done him one better.
With his team putting on a dominant display against Zachary High, the conventional forward pass was becoming too easy for Briscoe, so he decided to change things up a bit during a two-point conversion and try a behind-the-back pass. It just so happens that it worked out perfectly.
It is difficult to say whether Central is that good, or Zachary is just that bad, but I would have to side with both theories. The 2-point conversion took place when the score was 13-0 in the first quarter. So what was Central doing going for two anyways? With the final score being 58-0, I am quite positive that 57-0 would have been equally satisfying. If you think you are that good, why not try the behind-the-back pass during a regular down?
Now we are left to ask where football’s version of a behind-the-back play ranks among all sports? I personally would have to place it at the top, along with hockey’s behind-the-back shot.
What do you think?
Hat Tip – [The Life]