Well, you don’t see that often. After the Indiana Hoosiers scored a touchdown following a fumbled kickoff by Joe Reed, the Hoos blocked the extra point and made something of it. Juan Thornhill, a senior safety for the Cavaliers, got a hand on the kick and forced it to the ground. He corralled the ball, and with the help of his teammates, returned it 98 yards for the rare defensive two-point conversion.
Juan Thornhill blocked PAT/return. https://t.co/EJyNC2lMjk— Will Ojanen (@WillsWorldMN) September 9, 2018
While it’s technically called a “defensive extra point”, it’s worth two points and it put the Hoos a little closer to the Hoosiers at 13-9 with just under six minutes to play in the first quarter.