USF uses double trick plays to stun Siena Heights in OT win

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - - FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) - We're... speechless. 

The reigning back-to-back NAIA National Champions, St Francis uses back-to-back trick plays to stun Siena Heights in an overtime thriller, 22-19.



Down by eight points with 11 seconds to play, USF running back PJ Dean took the ball and did a jump pass to Dylan Hunley in the endzone. The Cougars needed to go for the two-point conversion and they called a double-reverse to wide receiver Dan Ricksy that threw it to Wil Chrisman for the score. 

That forced overtime and in the extra period, the Cougars forced a turnover and then kicked a field goal to win the game. 

The Cougars snap a two-game losing streak. 

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