This Might Be The Best Game-Winning Touchdown Pass Ever (Video)
The Ravenna High School Ravens may only be a Division III team in the Ohio High School Athletics Association, but they are ranked #2 in the state in said division. Plus, their games are televised locally, which means if they are part of something truly amazing, the wider football-loving world is going to see it.
Last Friday, the Ravens traveled to Mogadore, Ohio, to take on the Field High Falcons. It was actually a pretty brutal game for Ravenna and their QB, Tate Bennett. The senior was intercepted twice and finished the game having completed just 9 of 19 passes for a measly 88 yards. However, no one is ever going to care about those 10 incompletions. Instead, all anyone will care about is the one completion Bennett threw with 0:48 left in the 4th quarter.
You see, Ravenna was down 14-9, but they managed to put together a 92-yard, 16-play drive that put them on the Falcons’ 7-yard line. Then, on 4th and 4, it looked as though the Falcons were going to sack the QB to end the game. But that’s not what happened. Instead, as he was going down, Tate Bennett threw the ball backwards over his head—like a bride throwing a bouquet at her wedding—and it landed in the hands of sophomore Warren Bradley…who was standing, wide open, in the middle of the end zone.
Final score: 15-14.
It was absolutely insane. Just have a look for yourself:
I’d say this one rivals the behind-the-back TD pass we told you about a few weeks ago, wouldn’t you agree?
Hat Tip – [Ravenna Ravens Football]