One Georgia high school football team broke out some trickery to start its season on the right foot this past weekend.
The North Gwinnett Bulldogs were trailing the top-ranked McEachern Indians with nine seconds remaining in their season opener when they dialed up the fake-spike play.
Bulldogs quarterback John Urzua took the snap, pump-faked the spike and found Kyle Knudsen for the touchdown. It was Urzua's seventh touchdown pass of the game, and it handed North Gwinnett a 52-49 victory.
In a game that featured seven lead changes, four of which came in the final seven minutes, it was a fitting end to an exciting high school shootout.