High School scores a wild two-point conversion off of a botched snap

Extra points are supposed to be the easy part of scoring a touchdown. It's the free throw of football, but sometimes things go horribly wrong and you have to improvise.

Walla Walla High School in Washington was attempting an extra point this past weekend when a low snap got past the holder. However, they turned a minor disaster into two points as the kicker picked the ball up, passed it forward to the holder who as he was being tackled pitched it back to the kicker. The kicker flashed some wheels to get to the edge and got into the endzone for the two-point conversion.