On a day where college football players going airborne was the norm — see Miami and Arizona State players hurdle defenders — Delaware’s Jamie Jarmon pulled off an insane front-flip touchdown Saturday afternoon.
In Delaware’s game against Richmond, with Delaware trailing 28-21 with 10:16 left in the fourth quarter, Jarmon took the handoff as he came across the formation. Reaching the left side as he neared the goal line, he was up-ended by two Richmond defenders and he went flying into the end zone.
— Delaware Football (@DelawareFB) October 21, 2017
While he didn’t stick the landing, the wide receiver still deserved a 10/10 for his incredible touchdown effort, which tied the game 28-28 with 10:06 left. The TD sent Delaware into overtime for the first time since 2014 and first OT home game since 2012. The Blue Hens won 42-35 in double overtime.
Jarmon’s touchdown run was eerily similar to California quarterback Ross Bowers’ acrobatic touchdown last Friday night in an upset over Washington State.
Ross Bowers has no regard for human life. pic.twitter.com/lo9GcHCMrd
— Chris Hummer (@chris_hummer) October 14, 2017