Video: Iowa HS Runs a Football Play for an Alley Oop
Words. Patrick Cassidy
I can’t believe how easily this play worked.
To start an Iowa high school all-star game, one of the teams ran a football play off the opening tip to get themselves an alley-oop. And it worked.
From the Des Moines Register:
The play, which took place during the opening tip of the Pride of Iowa Conference senior all star game in Corydon on Saturday, began with five players lining up for a football snap.
Pleasantville’s Collin Thomas snapped the ball to Wayne of Corydon’s Bryce Carpenter who took several dribbles before tossing up an alley-opp to Hunter Van Haalen of Pleasantville.
Carpenter said the five came up with the play minutes before the game.
“We kind of thought of it five minutes before the game started and we decided to do it,” Carpenter said Monday.
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