Ben Roethlisberger took the snap and tried to stay upright long enough for his receivers to get open on the fourth-and-17 play with time running out.
James Harrison made sure there would be none of Big Ben's sleight of hand in this one. The linebacker sacked Miami of Ohio's first-year quarterback, securing Kent State's 24-20 victory on Nov. 24, 2001.
It was the final play in a sensational game by the senior linebacker, who had a hand in all of the Golden Flashes' five sacks that day. The win clinched Kent State's first winning season in 14 years.
That Mid-American Conference game also became a subject of teasing when they got together with the Pittsburgh Steelers and started winning Super Bowls together.
''We always had a lot of arguments about when he was at Kent and I was at Miami,'' Roethlisberger said. ''He claims that he sacked me like six times in a game, so we've had some fun with that.''
So, Harrison's game was...