For Virginia Tech's Michael Cole, lying down on the job was a good thing.
During the first quarter against Clemson, Cole was on his back when an overthrow by Clemson quarterback Tahj Boyd landed in his lap for one of the best interceptions of the season.
Cole looked like he was running one way, slipped and ended up on his rear end when the ball found him. The interceptions stopped Clemson a scoring drive in the red zone.
As good as the interception was, Cole's "look-what-I-found" celebration might have been equally as entertaining.
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