South Dakota football’s Hail Mary vs. SDSU leaves fans speechless

Anything’s possible in a rivalry game. Even a 57-yard Hail Mary to win the game as time expires.

That’s exactly what happened on Saturday as South Dakota football upset South Dakota State in the DakotaDome.

With one second left on the clock, Coyote quarterback Carson Camp took a snap with three receivers to his right. He rolled to his right, evaded a would-be tackler and heaved a pass toward the end zone.

Camp’s pass was a few yards short of the goal line but made its way to a cluster of USD and SDSU players. A Jackrabbit defender tipped the ball into the air before the ball landed in the outstretched arms of Coyote Jeremiah Webb.

Camp’s game-winning throw gave South Dakota it’s second win in a row and seventh on the season. The Coyotes face North Dakota State next on Nov. 20 in their regular-season finale.

Here’s what fans had to say about the miracle ending.

USD, SDSU fans can’t believe the Hail Mary ending

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Adam Hensley is a digital producer with the USA Today Network. You can follow him on Twitter @A_Hens83 or reach him at [email protected].

This article originally appeared on Sioux Falls Argus Leader: South Dakota football fans can’t get enough of the Hail Mary vs. SDSU