Youngstown State's last-second comeback to upset No. 2 Eastern Washington 40-38 was capped by an insane touchdown catch by Kevin Rader.
With six seconds remaining, Rader reached around the defender to snag the ball and give the Penguins the advantage. The victory sends Youngstown State to the FCS championship, where it will meet James Madison.
While initially the game was ruled over, replay determined that there was one second left. Youngstown State would eventually stop the Eagles' laterals on the ensuing kickoff and clinch a trip the championship against James Madison.
Check out the video below to see Rader's catch:
This is Youngstown State's game-winning catch pic.twitter.com/H9zTg5Ws6D— Dr. Saturday (@YahooDrSaturday) December 18, 2016