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Daniel Wilco | NCAA.com | November 18, 2017

Watch Arkansas' crazy, unintentional fumblerooski set up a touchdown

In the middle of a heated battle with No. 16 Mississippi State, tied 14-14, Arkansas decided to pull out one of the craziest trick plays you’ll see all year. 

Well, “decided” isn’t exactly the best word.

On 2nd and 5, the Razorbacks handed it off to David Williams, who burst through the middle of the Bulldogs’ line when the football was punched out from behind. The ball is kicked around and, well… it’ll make more sense to watch:

The ball was spotted on the one yard line, and the Razorbacks would punch it in for a touchdown two plays later to take a 21-14 lead. The unintentional fumblerooski may have worked for Arkansas, but don’t expect to see that one again anytime soon.

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