This might be Indiana quarterback Zander Diamont’s final football game, but that’s not stopping him from strutting his stuff after a long, game-tying touchdown near the end of the first half during the Fosters Farms Bowl on Wednesday night.
Diamont connected with receiver Nick Westbrook for a 36-yard touchdown pass with less than 2 minutes left in the first half, drawing the Hoosiers to within 17-16 against No. 19 Utah. He followed that up with a walk to the end zone that would make Conor McGregor proud. The PAT made it 17-17.
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It was Diamont’s first pass of the game, coming in relief of struggling junior quarterback Richard Lagow.
YOU: lol who cares about iu football, we're a basketball school
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