Here's the situation. Central Michigan trailed Western Kentucky 49-14 through three quarters of the inaugural Bahamas Bowl, but the Chippewas fought back to pull within 49-42 with one second left. Central Michigan had the ball, except it was 80 yards away from the goal line.
No problem. Quarterback Cooper Rush dialed up a touchdown pass that can only be described as the love child of David Tyree's helmet catch, Doug Flutie's Hail Mary and the Stanford-Cal play.
Dan Enos elected to go for two and the win, but the Chips, well, we'll let Twitter take it from there.
As far as glorified exhibition games sponsored by a drive-thru chicken joint pitting two 7-5 teams played before a crowd of hundreds on a tropical island on Christmas Eve afternoon, this was without a doubt the greatest in college football history.