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Army Executes Flea Flicker to Perfection for 75-Yard TD

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Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistOctober 5, 2013

Army doesn't have much of a passing game, which may be why its flea flicker worked to perfection against Boston College on Saturday.

This will certainly be one of the highlights of Army's season.

 

Quarterback Angel Santiago handed the ball off to running back Terry Baggett, who tossed it back to Santiago. The passer then found a wide-open Xavier Moss for an easy 75-yard touchdown.

There was nobody within 10 yards of the receiver when he caught the ball, which allowed the wideout to coast in to give his team a 10-7 lead.

Hat tip to Graham Watson of Yahoo! Sports.

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