The new hop thing to do these days in college football is to drop the ball before crossing the goal line in route to a score. This Tennessee WR found a new creative way to do it.
After catching a slant across the middle, Jalen Hurd cost his team a sure six points by casually taking a stroll into the end zone, until he was lit him up by a Georgia defender from his blindside.
If you don’t run all the way to the end zone…this is what can happen. https://t.co/rjJOdTDFmM
— SEConCBS (@SEConCBS) October 1, 2016
The fumble was recovered by the Bulldogs for a touchback.
Needless to say, coach Butch Jones was livid at his WR on the sideline.