Gallman ties the game, again

It was not the normal way of doing it, but Wayne Gallman tied the game for a second-time with a one-yard run on fourth-and-goal with 40 seconds to play in the first quarter.

Gallman’s touchdown was initially not called a touchdown, but instead a fumble as he tried to stretch the ball over the goal line. The ball was punched out of his hands and returned 100 yards for a touchdown. However, replay overturned the calling on the field and Gallman was awarded a touchdown.

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