The Hialeah Cougars, a youth football team in Miami, pulled off this trick play in a recent game against the Dania Beach Bears. It’s another one of those plays where there players act like there is pre-snap confusion. This time the quarterback walks over towards the bench, while the receivers raise their hands in confusion. Then the ball is snapped to the running back. What makes the play most impressive is the running back throwing the ball 35-yards downfield and hitting the quarterback in stride. [via MaxPreps]
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