We here at the Doc are a big fan of trick plays and Ohio ran a dandy against Akron.
Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton (yes, of those Tettletons, baseball fans) tossed the ball to running back Beau Blankenship who then tossed to receiver Landon Smith who found Tettleton streaking down the right sideline.
Tettleton was so wide open he could have walked the ball into the end zone for his 39-yard score.
It was Tettleton's first receiving touchdown.
Later in the game, Tettleton threw a 13-yard score to Donte Foster to become the school's all-time leader in touchdown passes.