Arkansas beats Ole Miss in OT after miracle lateral play

Another crazy ending to a college football game as Arkansas upsets Ole Miss.

It wouldn't be college football without a wild finish, right?

Arkansas was facing a seemingly impossible fourth-and-25 play in overtime against No. 18 Ole Miss when they found a stroke of luck; after their initial play had failed, wide receiver Hunter Henry threw a desperation lateral up in the air that Arkansas back Alex Collins was able to pick up and run for a first down.

Arkansas scored right after that, and went for two points to win the game. After the initial conversion attempt was ended by a facemask, Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen called his own number to get the win for the Razorbacks.

Arkansas moves to 5-4 on the season, while Ole Miss falls to 7-3. The win most likely ends Ole Miss's chances of winning the SEC West, where they controlled their own destiny up until tonight.