Defensive end James Brooks #34 (C) and the Arizona State Sun Devils celebrate blocking an extra point to defeat the Arizona Wildcats in double overtime on December 2 2010 in Tucson Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
Up next in our series of Saturday Football Fixes, powered by the video talents of JediASU and his amazing YouTube channel, is the extra-point-blocking, logic-deyting, instant-classic-making, Territorial-Cup-winning exploits of James Brooks.
As no Sun Devil fan can forget, the ending to the 2010 game against the hated Arizona Wildcats instantly found a place among the most treasured memories in ASU history.
With just 33 seconds left in the game, the Wildcats had a first and goal at the ASU five, trailing 20-14. Nick Foles scrambled to his right and found David Douglas for the tying touchdown. All that was left for a Arizona win was a Alex Zendejas extra point...
That sent the game into overtime, where the team's traded field goals to force double overtime. Cameron Marshall scored a touchdown on the ASU's possession and a Thomas Weber extra point made it a seven-point game. However, Foles-to-Douglas struck again, setting up another Zendejas extra point attempt, this time to force triple overtime...
Ball game. Legacy.