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NCAA.com | September 8, 2014

He did what?

There may not be a crazier goal scored this season. Or ever. 

Buffalo's Russell Cicerone fired a shot from midfield (approximately 58 yards) that somehow snuck inside the crossbar and out of the reach of the Bryant goalkeeper to elevate the Bulls to a 3-2 win Friday night in double overtime.

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