Florida had already tried one trick play in early on against Michigan in the Citrus Bowl, a fake field goal that didn’t really work out so well for them.
Jim McElwain was not discouraged however, and dived back into his bag of tricks when the Gators were on the goal line looking to tie the game.
The play started with quarterback Treon Harris faking some confusion with the play call only for the ball to be snapped to running back Kelvin Taylor. Taylor then reversed to wideout Antonio Callaway, who then pitched it to a wide open Harris in the end zone to cap off the play before the Wolverines even knew what hit them.
I can confidently say that as of right now, that is the top college football play of 2016.