Found January 05, 2013 on
You know you are destined to win the National Championship when you get bounces like this. North Dakota State went to kick the PAT after a touchdown when the holder, punter Ben LeCompte, botched the snap. But, his quick-thinking allowed him to pick up the ball and pitch it to the kicker, Adam Keller, who was wide open. The miraculous play continues though, with the kicker making an absolutely fantastic throw to another quick-thinking player Mike Hardie. Hardie is a defensive end, and shows off his athleticism with this amazing catch.The heads-up plays by these three players allowed North Dakota State to get points on a play they should not have been able to; a job well-done all around. North Dakota State went on to demolish Sam Houston State 39-13 for their second straight FCS National Championship since moving up from Division II.GIF via: Gifulmination
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FRISCO, TX -- Botched PAT...Two-point conversion attempt, North Dakota State Bison kicker Adam Keller pass to Mike Hardie is good.
NDSU wins their second straight Football Championship...
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