One fan in the video says, "What are we doing?" It doesn't look like football.
But the complicated play does end in a touchdown that secures victory for Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa over Wetumpka (Alabama high school football teams) with only 2.9 seconds left on the clock.
Believe it or not, this is actually what the coach planned. AL.com reports:
The play “Bronco” is named after Adams saw Boise State run a similar scramble play years earlier.
The play started with quarterback Ethan Crawford passing in the left flats to running back Marcus Wilkins. Nine laterals later, Crawford picked up a fumbled ball and ran untouched the final 46 yards for the game-winning touchdown.
-via Dave Barry