We’re puzzled on why this is called the “Ugly Kardashian” play but in any case, it worked to perfection.
A Louisiana middle school scored a touchdown on a strange looking trick play. The center stood up and handed the ball to the quarterback, who then walked toward the referee pretending that there was something wrong with the football.
Once he got about 5-10 yards up the field, the quarterback raced to the end zone.
The coach said he was inspired to implement the play by the 1994 film “Little Giants.” The movie contained a hilariously named trick play “The Annexation of Puerto Rico.”
According to MaxPreps.com, the coach, Shawn Griggs, said the name made his players laugh uncontrollably so he kept it.
“Football is supposed to be fun,” he said. “So the name stayed.”
Check out the play below and weigh in: was it a great idea or just unfair?
One middle school recently pulled off one of the most creative–and creatively named–trick plays we’ve seen.
Check out “The Ugly Kardashian” play.