Oak Grove (Hattiesburg, Miss.)
head coach Nevil Barr and offensive coordinator Brett Favre pulled out all the stops in the Class 6A final against Tupelo.
Halfway through the third quarter with the score knotted, 7-7, the team lined up for what would have been a 21-yard field goal.
The snap went to holder Kirk McCarty
, the team's prolific quarterback who threw for over 4,000 yards under Favre's tutelage.
McCarty then found tight end Logan Scott
wide open in the corner of the end zone to give Oak Grove what would prove to be the game-winning touchdown.
According to Josh Mlot of the Lamar Times, the play was actually the brainchild of special teams coach Bobby Deleon, conceived of the play in the early hours of the morning before the game.
See photos of Brett Favre celebrating with his team after the state title victory