You can go ahead and cross "intercepted snap" off your list of things you thought you'd never see in a football game.
Dodge City (Kan.) defensive back Immanuel Galloway was in the right place at the right time when Garden City (Kan.) center Mitch Morris' snap out of the shotgun formation went straight up into the air during their rivalry game last Friday. Galloway grabbed the errant snap and raced 80 yards for a touchdown in Dodge City's 24-20 win.
"I just wanted to win," Galloway told the Dodge Globe. "We had to bring it home for the seniors and we wanted to win at home. I just thought that I had to get this and score on this. This could be a game changer and I was surprised. All I was thinking was 'I'm getting this.'"
We can only imagine what Garden City's coach must have been thinking.
Galloway's touchdown was one of two improbable scores for the Red Demons. Dodge City's game-winning touchdown was scored by sophomore Bernabe Rincon, who fell on a fumble by teammate Parker Davis in the end zone.
(H/T Prep Rally)