With six seconds left in their final regular season game of the year, Stony Brook trailed Maine 19-14 and had the ball on the 31-yard line. At 8-2 on the year, the Seawolves needed a miracle to pull out the win and keep their hopes of a top eight seed (and the bye that comes with it) in the FCS playoffs alive.
Junior quarterback Joe Carbone — who was 10-for-33 on the day at the time — launched a prayer to the endzone, and somehow, someway, Stony Brook receiver Harrison Jackson came down with the ball.
Take a look:
That game winning TOUCHDOWN! #HOWL pic.twitter.com/WAJrqoYV88— Stony Brook Football (@StonyBrookFB) November 18, 2017
And because a play this good deserves a second angle:
OH MY GOSH @STONYBROOKFB!!!— CAA Football (@CAAFootball) November 18, 2017
Seawolves throw the Hail Mary with time expiring and get the TD and THE WIN#CAAFB pic.twitter.com/og335j6As5