WATCH: Central Michigan Hail Mary & Lateral Beats Oklahoma State

Well, that’s one way to beat your first ranked team in 25 years.

Down by three with no time remaining on the clock, Central Michigan needed a miracle against No. 22 Oklahoma State and got exactly that in the form of an unbelievable 51-yard Hail-Mary-plus-lateral touchdown from quarterback Cooper Rush to Jesse Kroll to Corey Willis.

It’s one of the wildest plays you’ll see all season, and the Twitter-verse unsurprisingly lost its collective mind:

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The play almost didn’t even have a chance to happen.

Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph, in an attempt to run out the clock on fourth down, threw the ball away on what appeared to be the final play of the game, but he was flagged for intentional grounding, and the Chippewas were awarded one untimed play. And to add to the drama, that was a controversial call in itself:

Of course, Central Michigan is no stranger to this kind of ending. The Chippewas used a similar play–with more laterals and more craziness–for a last-second touchdown against Western Kentucky at the Bahamas Bowl in 2014:

It’s safe to say this is the greatest last-second-Hail-Mary-and-lateral-touchdown program in the history of college football.