Auburn Tiger football fans haven't had too much to cheer about this season, but this incredible Hail Mary touchdown pass certainly gave fans a reason to jump out of their seats.
As time expired in the first half, quarterback Kiehl Frazier rolled out to his left, spun to avoid the sack and uncorked a pass to the back of the end zone that was caught by Sammie Coates to give the Tigers a 21-14 advantage going into the locker room at halftime.
Coates was an unlikely hero on the play, as he had registered no catches in the Tigers' first two games this season.
The 33-yard connection was Frazier's second score of the game; he connected with Quan Bray on another 33-yard pass that tied the game up at 14 with 2:38 remaining in the half.
The touchdown was definitely a big momentum booster going into the half, as the upset-minded Warhawks upset fellow SEC power Arkansas in overtime last week.
Auburn is in desperate need of a win after falling to Clemson in the season opener and falling flat once again in a disappointing 28-10 loss at Mississippi State last week.
A loss to Monroe would certainly be a nightmare start for the Tigers, but they now find themselves up 28-21 in the fourth quarter.