WATCH: The ol' hidden ball trick works (kind of) for Indiana State
It's pretty awful when the hidden ball trick works in baseball. Imagine how Missouri State felt after Indiana State pulled it off on Saturday.
Trailing 18-17 with 42 seconds left, the Sycamores put their devious plan into motion.
Missouri State tried a squib kick, which was picked up by running back Dmitri Taylor at the 28-yard line.
In these days of the no-huddle offense, the Sycamores formed a huddle -- on the kickoff return. With players running in different directions, Aaron Killebrew somehow wound up with the ball and returned it 32 yards to the Missouri State 38.
The Sycamores moved the ball 18 yards before Eric Heidorn kicked the game-winning 38-yard field goal. Here's the play: