It's not an overreaction to say that South Pike High School may have scored the most absurd touchdown in football history on Friday night.
With just a minute remaining in last night's game, South Pike needed a touchdown and two-point conversion to force overtime against North Pike. That's when running back Kam Reynolds decided to put the team on his back.
Reynolds caught a bubble screen on second down and it looked as if he was about to get dropped for a loss of yards, but somehow he managed to stay on his feet and turn a disaster into a blessing.
Not only did Reynolds avoid about 10 tacklers on the play, he found a way to kick into high gear once he found some open space.
Here's the touchdown of the year from South Pike High School:
South Pike ended up converting on the two-point conversion to force overtime, but it ended up falling short in the extra frame.
Regardless of the final result, Reynolds deserves a ton of credit for that 68-yard touchdown. We seriously might not see a play like that ever again.
Who knows, maybe one day we'll see Reynolds making incredible plays like this at the collegiate level.