This isn't the first time we've seen a blunder like this happen in a high school football game, and it certainly won't be the last.

During a game between Utah high schools Spanish Fork and Maple Mountain, a terrible blunder happened by Spanish Fork's QB. With his team up 14-11 with three seconds remaining, it seemed that the QB mixed up basketball with football.

It appears that he thought the clock runs out and game over, but that wasn't the case. After the clock ticked down to zero, the Spanish Fork QB just stood there thinking the game was over. The defense took advantage, forced a fumble, then scored a touchdown to win the game.

“To anyone who sees this: I’m on the coaching staff at Spanish fork. [He] is an incredible player. He led this team in rushing yards and put the team on his back all night. [He] made all the right plays and gave us the win and we are so darn proud of him for last night and this entire season!" the coach of Spanish Fork said, defending his QB. "This play is on us as coaches. We dropped the ball, not [him]. Most of you won’t see this, but take it easy on the kid, be respectful and imagine how you would want someone to treat your friend, brother, son, player after a defeat like this.”

Gotta feel bad for that QB.


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