The college football season is barely a quarter of the way done, but ya ain’t going to see a better catch all year than this …
Here’s Virginia wide receiver Dontayvion Wicks hauling in a pass in ridiculous one-handed fashion against Miami … catching a ball that had ricocheted off a defender’s hands and then his back!
The wild play all went down in the third quarter of the Cavaliers’ tilt with the Hurricanes … when quarterback Brennan Armstrong threw up a prayer into a body of players down at the goal line.
The ball initially looked like it would be intercepted, but when the defender dropped it … it fell onto Wicks’ body.
Broadcast cameras showed Wicks somehow balanced the ball on his back, then flipped over, popped it up, and snagged it out of mid-air for the score.
Even the game’s announcers were shocked by the play … with one saying, “I don’t know that I’ve ever seen anything like this.”
The play wasn’t just amazing — it was also necessary for Virginia, ’cause it only won the game 30-28.