Recovering the same fumble you forced is impressive enough. But stealing it from a player in one motion? That's even better.
That's what Virginia Tech's Kendall Fuller did after Nigel King made a catch that looked to be close to a first down. As King was heading to the ground, Fuller ripped the ball away from him one-handed, and had it himself before King was down. It was an incredible play to not only force the fumble, but to easily keep possession himself.
King was originally ruled that he was down by contact, but after a lengthy review period, the call was overturned.
Maryland won the game in overtime 27-24 to become bowl eligible and derail Virginia Tech's hopes of making the ACC title game. Despite beating Miami on the road last week, the Hokies have lost to Duke and Maryland at home.
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