In 2012, the Oklahoma Sooners possessed one of the best fullbacks in the nation in Trey Millard. Heading into the Red River Rivalry, Millard sported career highs of three receptions and 39 receiving yards. However, those numbers would fall quickly as the versatility of the player was unleashed upon the Texas Longhorns in front of a roaring crowd.
Racking up five receptions alongside 119 receiving yards, Millard left behind a moment that will forever live in infamy.
Using play-action, Landry Jones rolls toward his right finding a wide open Millard behind the line of scrimmage. Hurling the ball toward the fullback, Millard secures the catch and turns up field with room to run. Making his way beyond the first down marker, the then junior hurtles one defender while stiff arming another sending the OU fans into a frenzy.
Rumbling to the five yard line, the ball carrier was finally pushed out of bounds. But, not before setting a record for the longest pass play by a Sooners in RRR history.