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Sam Richmond | NCAA.com | November 11, 2015

Video: Young Arkansas fans go crazy after win over Ole Miss

  Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen ran in the game-winning two-point conversion against Ole Miss.

There have been plenty of crazy games this season, but few have been more exciting than Arkansas’ 53-52 win over Ole Miss on Saturday.

Facing a 4th and 25 while trailing by seven in overtime, the Razorbacks looked dead in the water. However, they somehow were able to earn a game-saving first down on a play that featured one of the most incredible laterals you’ll ever see.

VIDEO: Arkansas' insane 4th-and-25 conversion

After scoring a touchdown later on the drive, Arkansas decided to go for two and the win. Razorbacks quarterback Brandon Allen converted the attempt on a well-designed run play, earning the team their fifth and most stunning win of the season.

Understandably so, the team’s fan base, even young ones, were pumped up beyond belief after the win.

KARK 4 News in Arkansas has posted video to its Facebook page showing a group of children losing their minds after Allen’s game-winning conversion.

You gotta see this! What a perfect 10th birthday present! Lane had 15 of his buddies over Saturday and he got a huge Hog win he might never forget! #wps

Posted by KARK 4 News on Tuesday, November 10, 2015

You have to appreciate that type of pure joy.

 

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