VIDEO: Tommy Tuberville Calls The Most Trick Play Ever And Nearly Pulls It Off

Texas Tech Red Raider head coach Tommy Tuberville is known as a conservative play calling coach, but in the second quarter of Saturday night's Texas A&M game Tuberville calls a play that former Texas Tech head coach Mike Leach never would have called.

The play ends up being an incomplete pass, but it is amazing in its execution. Texas Tech lines up in a 'wildcat' set which then turns into a reverse with the ball making its way back to the hands of Texas Tech quarterback Seth Doege who nearly completes a deep pass to wide receiver Alex Torres. Texas A&M defender Jonathan Stewart comes out of nowhere to disrupt the play, but is called for pass interference. However, had Stewart not gone after Torres the play most likely would have ended up being a touchdown for Texas Tech.

Check out the attempted trick play after the jump.

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