Things got a bit wacky during the second quarter of South Carolina’s Garnet and Black Spring Game.
The Black team lined up for what appeared to be a routine extra-point attempt following its second touchdown of the day. What ensued was anything but routine.
South Carolina holder Sean Kelly took the snap, then stood up and tossed a pass toward the back right corner of the end zone where it was caught by the only man in the vicinity — former Gamecocks linebacker Melvin Ingram, who, of course, was not in uniform.
Despite being blatantly offsides and having 12 men on the field, not a single flag was thrown and the conversion counted, giving the Black team an 18-0 lead.
This play is so preposterous you’ll have to see it for yourself.
— Matt Barbato (@RealMattBarbato) April 9, 2016
Ingram is entering his fifth season with the San Diego Chargers. The former first-round pick had a breakout 2015 season, racking up a career high 10.5 sacks to go with 65 total tackles. The Chargers might want to consider utilizing Ingram on any fake field goals in the future when he isn’t too busy sacking opposing quarterbacks.