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A&M Consolidated’s Incredible Last-Second Win Over Copperas Cove is One You Can’t Miss [VIDEO]

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The best finish to a high school football game since John Tyler-Plano East in 1994? You could certainly argue it.

I know we don’t cover either A&M Consolidated or Copperas Cove here at, but we had to share this with y’all. It may have been Zero Week, but the ending to Friday night’s game between these two teams was an instant classic.

Copperas Cove kicked a field goal with 1 second remaining to take a 41-38 lead over A&M Consolidated on Friday. The ensuing squib kicked seemed like the end.

Oh, but it wasn’t.

After several laterals (the entire kickoff return takes 30-plus seconds), A&M Consolidated junior Derrick Dick takes the pigskin to the house for the game winning touchdown.

The video has already gone insane since being posted and showcased on ESPN’s SportsCenter — it has more than 250,000 views on YouTube.

Even more entertaining: The guy holding the camera. I’d turn the volume down if I were you.

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