South Dakota State took an early 7-0 lead on North Dakota State on Saturday with one of the more fun trick plays of the college football season. Lined up at the five-yard line, South Dakota bunched up several offensive linemen, seemingly preparing to bulldoze their way into the end zone. Quarterback Taryn Christion took the snap and quickly handed the ball off to running back Brady Mengarelli, who was crouched behind the offensive line.
Fraizer Campbell finds space in the box and sends a header into the back of the net to make it 3-3 late in the second half between Crystal Palace and Hull City.
When the San Francisco 49ers played the Chicago Bears last Sunday, head coach Chip Kelly was on the sidelines with a heavy heart: his father, Paul, had died just two days earlier. Kelly told reporters after the loss that he coached the game because his mother wanted him to.