Found December 30, 2011 on Throw The Flag:
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The BYU Cougars took on the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes in the Bell Helicopter Bowl. The final play of the game came down to the BYU Quarterback doing his best Dan Marino impression and fake spiking the ball and throwing it to an open Wide Receiver. Rarely do you see this play run and actually work. Tulsa, you gotta be ready for plays like this man.
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