VIDEO: This might be the longest touchback of all time
Cincinnati's Aaron Brown returned an interception 87 yards before fumbling the ball through the end zone for a touchback.
If you're waiting to see the strangest play of this weekend in college football, I don't think you'll have to look much further than here.
Yes, that's right. Brown returned the ball 87 yards only to fumble it through the end zone, resulting in a touchback and Connecticut ball at its own 25-yard line. While I don't know if they keep an official record of such things, I'm just going to go ahead and proclaim this the longest touchback in college football history.
I have that kind of power.
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