May 13, 2015 by Charlie Eisenhood in Livewire with 0 comments
Down one with 0:37 on the clock and pulling to the Raleigh Flyers, the Atlanta Hustle needed to find a way to force a turnover. Unfortunately, Raleigh was in a position where they could simply swing the disc and run out the clock. So Atlanta instituted a classic misdirection play: the Snake in the Grass. They hid a player deep in their own end zone and made it seem as if Justin Allen had a wide open cut for a score. Flyers youngster Terrence Mitchell took the bait, and it was an easy block for Atlanta.
The Hustle went on to tie it up and force overtime before winning the game in the extra period. Our very own Keith Raynor with the call: