With a three-point lead and the clock winding down in the fourth quarter of Thursday's game, Texas Tech looked as if it was about to take a knee against Texas for their first win in Austin since 1997.
But they didn't.
Watch below as 5'7, 168-pound Jakeem Grant takes off for the end zone after lining up inconspicuously behind the O-line. The undersized wide receiver ran it in for a 40-yard touchdown, helping to extend the Red Raiders' lead to 48-38.
Afterwards, Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury offered up a new politically correct name for the play by calling it “Little People, Big World.”
Kliff Kingsbury on what he calls a trick play he ran tonight: "Little people, big world." https://t.co/5RML9UOlxy— Kyle Fredrickson (@kylefredrickson) November 27, 2015
And if you thought Kingsbury's LPBW call ran up the score or was a d-bag move in the first place, know that Texas scored on the ensuing drive to cut the lead to 48-45.
PC police happy all around.