Most Hail Marys you see land in the end zone. Most, but not all.
Trailing Rolling Meadows (Ill.) by seven with the final horn closing in, Elk Grove quarterback Adam O'Malley fired a bomb from his own 40 that was tipped around the Rolling Meadows 15, which Mike Bischoff then grabbed, raced to the end zone. broke two tackles and reached out juuuust enough to break the plane.
Take another look from the end zone angle:
As if this wasn't enough drama, the ensuing extra point was blocked, but Rolling Meadows was penalized for having a player leave the field by way of the end zone instead of the sideline. Realizing fate was undoubtedly on their side by this time, Elk Grove used its second chance to go for two. It was successful.