ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida quarterback Treon Harris and wide receiver Antonio Callaway hooked up for a touchdown Friday, but not in their typical fashion.
The play came near the end of the first quarter with UF facing third-and-goal at the Michigan 2.
While Harris acted like he was calling an audible to distract the defense, running back Kelvin Taylor received a direct snap and handed the ball off to a motioning Callaway, moving left to right.
Harris then ran towards the end zone and Callaway lofted an underhand throw to his QB for the touchdown. The score tied the game at 7.
Sure, why not, Florida? https://t.co/0RaLwB5u7j
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) January 1, 2016