WATCH: Must-See Hail Mary Sends FCS No. 2 Weber State to Shocking Victory Over Northern Arizona

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College football is in full force. More accurately, FCS spring football is in full swing and one of the most incredible plays of the season occurred in Saturday’s game between Weber State and Northern Arizona.

With two seconds left at the 50-yard line, Weber State was primed for a Hail Mary attempt. Randall Johnson ran to his right to find space and threw a pass that the announcers immediately remarked was “the distance.” So all that had to happen was someone in the end zone to catch him, preferably, for Weber State, a member of the Wildcats team. That’s exactly what Justin Malone just did to the cheers of everyone in the stadium when Weber State pulled off last-gasp victory.

This astonishing play came on the heels of a landslide run that northern Arizona had just completed moments before. The Lumberjacks got their lead touchdown at the end of a 95-yard drive that took four minutes and 14 plays. But the time left was enough for the Wildcats to get the 15 yards the team needed to get in position to complete this miraculous play.

The Wildcats are now 3-0, while Northern Arizona falls to 1-2.

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