To some, it might have just looked like an Arkansas State player decided to play dead on a failed fake punt play against Miami over the weekend.
But in reality, Booker Mays had been practicing that all week.
It’s called the Fainting Goat technique and Red Wolves coach Blake Anderson had him do it on purpose.
“We were just having a little bit of fun to be honest with you,” Anderson told For The Win.
Mays was an ineligible receiver and couldn’t go downfield, so the coaches had to figure out what to do with him. While Anderson was the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at North Carolina, the team played a prank on quarterback Bryn Renner one Thursday during practice. He took a snap and the entire team — even the scout team — fell on the ground like fainting goats.
“When you scare a goat, it faints,” Anderson said. “It was a joke.”
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