The nation’s longest college football losing streak ended at 17 games on Saturday in bizarre fashion.
New Mexico State had already rallied back from a 40-21 fourth-quarter deficit to take a 55-48 lead against Idaho but it wasn't until Terrill Hanks intercepted a pass on Idaho's final drive that kept the Aggies from recording loss No. 18.
And he did it with his feet.
That's right. Hanks managed to keep the ball from touching the turf by catching it between his ankles.
And, I'll be damned if it wasn't Wayne and Garth calling the amazing play:
Way.He caught the game-ending interception in OT ... with his feet. With. His. Feet. https://t.co/OKmC9w7nCJ— ESPN (@espn) November 1, 2015
No, it wasn't really the boys from the basement public access show in the booth, but Aggies fans might be using that new catchphrase: "Let someone else don the nation's longest losing streak around their neck" a lot this week.
Schwing. Time for the Mirth Mobile.