Texas High School Wins State Title After Scoring Wild Touchdown You Have To See To Believe (Video)

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  • Coy Eakin had a truly unbelievable performance during Friday’s 4A Texas High School Football State Championship.
  • Not only did he account for four touchdowns, but he created a WILD touchdown that you have to see to believe.
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Stephenville High School just scored one of the craziest touchdowns that you will ever see. It came during the third quarter of Thursday’s Texas 4A State Championship game and helped propel the the Yellow Jackets to a 38-21 win over Lyndon Baines Johnson Early College High School.

Facing 1st-and-10 from the opposing 33-yard-line, quarterback Ryder Lambert dropped back in the pocket and looked deep downfield. One of his receivers appeared to have a step on the coverage and Lambert threw a deep ball into triple coverage.

It did not work out in his favor and it was intercepted by a Jaguars defensive back. However, the play took a 180 turn in favor of Stephenville.

As the LBJ defender returned the pick from his own two-yard-line, Stephenville’s wide receiver Coy Eakin stuck with the play. He turned back up field, snuck up on the defensive back and punched the ball loose.

Rather than the fumble hitting the ground, it hung up in the air around the 10-yard-line. It just so happened that Stephenville receiver Kallan Kimbrough was also at the 10-yard-line with outstretched arms.

In a complete change of luck, the ball fell right into Kimbrough’s chest and he took it in for six. The entire play, from start to finish, was bananas.

Take a look:

Here is another angle that really shows Eakin’s perfect peanut punch:

Just for good measure, here is how the replay looked on the jumbotron at AT&T Stadium in Arlington:

Eakin’s involvement in the bizarre, chaotic score was not his only play of the night. The 6-foot-3, 185-pounder went for 187 yards and four touchdowns as well.

He made this great one-handed grab to open the scoring:

Eakin followed it up with a rushing touchdown.

And then he straight-up ran through a dude for six.

Eakin also Mossed another one of LBJ’s corners for his fourth touchdown.

If that all wasn’t enough, Eakin added a game-sealing interception on defense.

When the clock hit zero, he and his teammate celebrated with an awesome between-the-legs dunk handshake.

He spoke with the media after his unreal performance and had the following to say:

What a tremendous day for the do-it-all junior from Stephenville!