Connor Mitch to Jadeveon Clowney for the touchdown.

Get used to reading that sentence.

Are you used to it? Now erase it from your memory. This will never happen again.

During the South Carolina Garnet and Black Spring Game on Saturday, Jadeveon Clowney was the player who performs the annual Spurrier trick play entitled "run from the sidelines, be wide open and catch a long pass (or not) and hopefully score a touchdown and draw a flag."

Normally, this honor is reserved for some walk-on that usually ends up being one of the biggest moments of their career. However, Saturday's recipient was no ordinary player. Clowney, all 6-foot-5, 270-pounds or more, ran from the sidelines in street clothes, brought down the pass, did some slip and roll and got up and made his way towards the end zone.

There are two things I'm impressed with on this play:

1. Clowney caught the pass.

2. Clowney did not injure himself.

I know it was all for fun but when Clowney hit the ground, tell me you didn't have a panic attack right then and there?

At any event, nothing major happen and Clowney earned a Top 10 play on Sportscenter that night.

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