St. Paul Central Minutemen Come Back From Being Down 18-6 With 5 Seconds Left To Win In Overtime
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Somehow, Sage Rosenfels Has To Be Responsible For This

10/9/08 in HS Football   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

If you thought the Colts victory over the Texans this past Sunday, also known as the Sage Rosenfels Disaster Bowl, was pretty incredible, then you'll never believe this.

We've got video now leaking out of what is, quite literally, the most incredible comeback in high school history ever. Up in the great beyond of Minnesota this past weekend, the St. Paul Central Minutemen were down 18-6 with, well, literally almost no time remaining. Yet they somehow managed to score 2 touchdowns in the game's final 5 seconds to send the game into OT and win it.

I know some people think Sage Rosenfels threw the game against the Colts on Sunday, so I'm not even sure what you'll think about the defensive secondary in this video. I hope they got paid well.

Either way though, it's pretty incredible.

At least this one wasn't Sage Rosenfels' fault [Deuce of Davenport]
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10/9/08   |   Reef PIE   |   1 respect

I wonder if Al Davis had his hand in this one.......

10/9/08   |   ravenmaniac1976

that happened in the conference championship? That must be the worst conference ever....

10/9/08   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

blamka wrote:

Maybe #81 should be kicking extra points too...

Who knew TO would make an appearance for high school team.

10/9/08   |   Boski93   |   375 respect

I hope the headline the next day said,

"Governors get Impeached"

Lastly, nice kick Gramattica.

10/9/08   |   blamka   |   12 respect

Maybe #81 should be kicking extra points too...

10/9/08   |   CriticalFanatic

I heard it was actually Tony Franklin's fault. He should be fired... again.