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A Trick Play That Fooled No One

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It is exciting when a football team can pull of a creative trick play leaving the defense with a lost look in their eyes. On the flip side, there are cases where creativity doesn't produce results and a college football team looks foolish. Purdue learned this weekend that trick plays can end up backfiring.

Wide receiver Bilal Marshall took the snap and started running to his right. He then passed it on to teammate Malik Kimbrough who was squatting behind offensive line. Kimbrough dashed to his left hoping to catch Penn State off guard. Instead he was tackled on the line for no gain. A+ for after, F for execution.

Purdue did score on that drive, but Penn State ended up winning the game 62-24.