Not every great play on this fine college football Saturday will be made by a player from one of the big FBS teams. I think, a lot of times, people forget that some of the FCS action that’s played on Saturday’s offers just as much excitement as some of these nationally-televised games do.
Such was the case today in the game between Sacred Heart and Monmouth.
On this particular play, Sacred Heart wide receiver Moses Webb caught a pass over the middle and seemed to be off to the races. However, he was caught and fumbled the ball, which was picked up by a Monmouth defender who proceeded to run the other way with it.
Heartbreak for Sacred Heart and Webb, right? Wrong.
After fumbling the ball away, Webb chased down the Monmouth defender, knocked the ball loose, was able to recover it and take it back the other way for a touchdown.
Moses Webb, on this play, gave new meaning to the term, “one-man wrecking crew.”
You can watch the entire video of the play, courtesy of Deadspin, here.
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