Even though it suffered a blowout loss to Wake Forest, this trick play from Campbell has everyone talking
Campbell came nowhere close to pulling off an upset over Wake Forest on Friday night. But the Camels had the play of the game, and produced the highlight that everyone is talking about on Saturday morning.
Late in the third quarter, Campbell found itself trailing the Demon Deacons 45-7. In an effort to get into the end zone and make the score respectable, the Camels got creative offensively. The play involved the entire offensive line falling flat to the ground — and while that might usually sound like a disaster, the result was a touchdown.
Below is the play that made SportsCenter’s Top 10:
Can we put some respect on Campbell's name?
All they do is go on the road to play FBS teams, collect checks and run plays like this… pic.twitter.com/fnHIUo72Lh
— Jim Weber (@JimMWeber) October 3, 2020
Mason Donaldson completed the pass to Hajj-Malik Williams for the 26-yard touchdown. Unfortunately, it didn’t help much with the final score, as Wake Forest defeated Campbell 66-14.
It wasn’t a pretty score, but at least the Camels left Winston-Salem with the highlight of the night.