College football has been one of the few highlights of 2020.
Every week has had jaw-dropping plays.
And you’ll want to see the longest interception return in college football so far this year.
Let’s be honest, 2020 has been a nightmare for sports fans.
From coronavirus lockdowns and no live fans in the stadium to pro sports going “woke”, there hasn’t been much to look forward to.
But one shining beacon of hope this year has been college football.
Even with all the ridiculous government rules and regulations dealing with the coronavirus, college football has managed to continue on.
The stadiums might not be filled and LSU might suck this year but the same amazing plays continue every week as they have in past years.
And this has to be one of the top plays of the season, let alone the week.
As Auburn beat out the last bit of manhood Tennessee had left this year, Auburn’s defensive back Smoke Monday put the final nail in the coffin for Tennessee’s season.
As Tennessee’s quarterback, Jarrett Guarantano, eyed down his receiver, Smoke Monday (and yes that’s his real name) picked him off in the endzone and made a 100 yard interception return for a touchdown.
You can see the play below:
SMOKE MONDAY 100-YARD PICK-SIX 💨💨 pic.twitter.com/dHEsX7bzYT
— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) November 22, 2020
This interception, along with his name, will have to increase his draft chances.