North Gwinnett (Suwanee, Ga.)
and head coach Bob Sphire pulled a play out Dan Marino's playbook, as quarterback John Urzua
successfully pulled off a fake spike touchdown pass with less than 10 seconds to play to help edge No. 20 McEachern (Powder Springs, Ga.)
, 52-49, on Saturday night.
The clock was running as North Gwinnett got inside McEachern's 10-yard line with 20 seconds remaining, trailing 49-45.
Urzua lined up right behind center and pretended to spike the ball as the offensive line stood straight up, pretending to not to be engaged in the play.
That bought enough time for receiver Kyler Knudsen
to come across the middle and pull down a 9-yard touchdown grab that helped North Gwinnett regain the lead for good.
"So much for keeping secrets from our opponents," Sphire joked on Sunday.View stats of the game here.