Could this be the greatest two-point conversion in the history of two-point conversions?
SMU, which was down 21 points two different times to Rutgers, scored a late touchdown and needed this two-point conversion to tie the game and ultimately force overtime.
Quarterback Garrett Gilbert ran in circles to avoid pressure, rolled to his right and threw all the way across his body to Jeremy Johnson who got both feet down in the end zone for the conversion.
If this isn’t the greatest two-point conversion ever, it certainly was the most exciting.
Sadly, the play was all for naught. SMU lost 55-52 in three overtimes.