Found October 13, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
PLAYERS: Trey BarrowChristion Jones
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Missouri punter Trey Barrow flipped Alabama punt returner Christion Jones with a low tackle during Saturday's college football game in Columbia.



It happened on the last play of the first quarter as Barrow kicked a 61 yard punt to Jones, who might have broken through for a score had it not been for Barrow's tackle. Jones did a full somersault in the air before landing on his rear end right on the 50-yard line after a 30 yard punt return.

Unfortunately for Missouri, that was one of the team's few highlights on the day as #1 Alabama rolled for a 42-10 victory.

Video via. H/T Dr. Saturday.
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