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Hail Mary Touchdown With 3-Seconds Remaining Leaves Time For Two More Thrilling, Unconventional Scores

daniel-baroneBowdoin and Colby are rival D-III schools in Maine. On Saturday, they met and produced one of the wildest, most rapid fire scoring endings to a football game you will ever see. With 12 seconds remaining, the score was tied at 20, but by the time the final whistle would blow, the Bowdoin Polar Bears had beaten the Colby Mules, 32-22.

(*The Polar Bears and the Mules!*)

First, Bowdoin quarterback Mac Caputi threw a 43-yard Hail Mary that somehow came down into the hands of wide receiver, Daniel Barone. On the ensuing extra point attempt, Colby blocked the kick and the ball was picked up and returned about 90-yards for 2-points for Colby. With 3-seconds left on the clock, Bowdoin did a squib kick that resulted in Colby attempting to recreate the Cal-Standford play. Unfortunately for Colby, the band was not on the field, but Bowdoin senior, Brian Glazewski was. Glazewski picked off the final lateral and scored a touchdown on the final play of his college career.

[Athletics.Bowdoin.edu, Image: CIPhotography]

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