Florida ran the sneakiest of trick plays to tie things up with Michigan

This is arguably one of the best trick plays we've seen all season.

BREAKING NEWS: Florida scored a touchdown against Michigan. No really, they did, on a trick play even, and it was able to tie things up at 7 all in the first quarter of the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl. Facing 3rd and goal from the Michigan 2-yardline, Florida decided to use some trickeration — with Harris appearing to motion to the left end of the field behind his offensive line, they snapped it directly to Florida running back Kelvin Taylor, who handed it off to Florida freshman wide receiver Antonio Callaway on a reverse. That left Florida quarterback Treon Harris wide open in the end zone and Callaway flipped it — underhanded, by the way, right to him.


Where was that in the SEC Title game against Alabama, Jim McElwain. Anyway, this was beautiful, and probably one of the most clever trick plays we've seen all season.