Fake Fair Catch Punt Return Touchdown

Rex Christensen
September 16, 2018

This week against North Texas, the Razorbacks orchestrated one of the most boneheaded plays in recent college football memory.

Sure, you can only pull this punch once, but it was perfectly executed and gave North Texas up, 14-0, in the first quarter.

Brewer, clearly a savvy special teams player, stood on the 10-yard line and waited for the punt. In watching the replay, Arkansas had excellent coverage on the punt and had four players surrounding Brewer, who acted like the play was over due to a fair catch.

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The problem for Arkansas is the play didn't end there. Two Arkansas gunners watched Brewer catch the ball and then started walking away.

We all get in front of our TVs to see if we can catch a insane play, or if there might be a power conference school that goes down to a big underdog.

North Texas went on to score a 90-yard punt return touchdown.

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