Named Night Online News Editor for The Augusta Chronicle in February 2010. Responsible for laying out story priority and positioning on the site Wednesday-Sunday nights. So if you like what you see, thank me, and if you don't like what you see, let me know. Started working as an online producer at The Augusta Chronicle in August of 2006. Favorite news memories include meeting James Brown at the 2006 Toy Giveaway days before he died, live blogging the 2009 Masters tournament from the media center at Augusta National and anytime someone in power got in trouble because we caught them doing something they weren't supposed to be doing.
 
Posted November 16, 2010 07:41 pm - Updated November 16, 2010 07:48 pm

Trick Play goes viral

If you're interested in trick football plays, you might have already seen this one. Along with 11 million other people. Well, maybe 5.5 million people. You can't watch it just once.

 

Driscoll Middle School and its opponent are lined up for the next play. The center hands the ball to the quarterback as he walks by on his left. He keeps walking, the D-line stands up. He gets into the secondary, and takes off running. Touchdown.

 

Moral of the story: If you became a middle school football coach so you could trick little kids, shame on you. But at the same time, thank you for entertaining the rest of us. And by extension, shame on us.

 

Read more on the website of the New York Daily News (blog) or the Corpus Christi Caller-Times (full story).