You’ve seen it a few (dozens? Hundreds for some diehards?) times. But never like this.
Michigan State was tied with No. 6 Wisconsin, 31-31, with 4 seconds remaining in their 2011 meeting. The Spartans had a third-and-1 on the Badgers’ 44.
Then Kirk Cousins threw the ball down the field as the ball bounced off a player and to Keith Nichol, who tried to get into the end zone. Though he was initially called short, Nichol and Michigan State were given a touchdown after a review.
Now you can watch the wild play in LEGO form. The beauty of the video is that it even includes the officials meeting to discuss the play, the review process and, finally, the official declaring that Michigan State did score touchdown.
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) September 14, 2016
For reference, here’s the real thing:
Spartans fans have already enjoyed one Lego remake of a famous play, when Michigan State stunned Michigan in 2015 after Michigan mishandled a punt.