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Austin R. Vaughn | NCAA.com | November 7, 2015

Game-extending lateral leads to Hogs win

Down seven in overtime, on 4th and 25, Arkansas tight end Hunter Henry caught a pass short of the first down line, but he was getting wrapped up by an Ole Miss defender. So, Henry threw back a lateral towards the line of scrimmage to try to keep the play alive.

The ball was batted around by two Rebels, but Hogs running back Alex Collins came up with the ball and converted the first down to extend the game.

Sooie!

Arkansas ended up scoring and completing a two-point conversion to upset the No. 18 Rebels in Oxford.

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