Yesterday in Forest Grove, Oregon, Pacific University's Bryan Mills picked up a blocked PAT attempt at the goal line and ran 100 yards to score an unusual 2-point conversion for Pacific.
It happened after Lewis and Clark scored the first PAT attempt of the game to go up 6-0. Pacific's Devin Lagorio blocked the PAT attempt and Lewis and Clark players started heading back to the sideline, but the officials never blew the whistle. It's hard to see from the video where the ball is immediately after the kick is blocked, but after a few seconds the ball kicks out to the goal line.
Pacific's Bryan Mills alertly picks up the ball and started running up the sideline with it. A few Lewis and Clark players made some poor tackling attempts way downfield, but Mills broke through them and made it all the way to the end zone for 2 points.
Pacific University scores wild two-point conversion after blocked PAT [Dr. Saturday]