A high school football player from Texas punctuated a blowout win by returning a missed field goal for a touchdown longer than any score in NFL history.
After Edinburg North's attempt from the 33-yard line came up just short of the goal posts, Sharyland special teamer Sean Landez caught the ball at the far edge of the end zone and ran it all the way back the other way for the score. According to Max Preps, it was Landez' second long play of the game, as he also ran back the opening kickoff 92 yards for the touchdown.
The Rattlers defeated the Cougars 48-7 to improve to 10-0 overall and clinch a share of the district title, per Todd Orodenker of The Monitor.
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In 2009, Antonio Cromartie returned a missed field goal 109 yards for a score while playing for the San Diego Chargers.