Michigan State Runs Extremely Dumb Fake Field Goal for Some Reason

Oct 17, 2015; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio stands on the field prior to a game against the Michigan Wolverines  at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan State Runs Extremely Dumb Fake Field Goal for Some Reason

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Michigan State Runs Extremely Dumb Fake Field Goal for Some Reason

With one second remaining in the first half, Michigan State was tied 14-14 with Maryland. Considering the fact that the wind to the offense’s back, Mark Dantonio could have sent his kicker Michael Geiger out to try a 46-yard field goal as the half expired to take a lead into the locker room.

This is what happened instead. Geiger was tasked with breaking off a 46-yard touchdown run against the Terrapins. He didn’t make it because, hey, why would he? It was a virtually impossible task.

It seems like blasphemy to even suggest this, but this fake may have been dumber than BYU’s one from Thursday night. Anything is possible.

 

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