Every football team wants to know the secret for consistently making it into the end zone in as few plays as possible. The Coupeville High School football team figured out a great way to do just that this past weekend.

Right before the play started a deer charges onto the field as the play begins. Instead of avoiding the game entirely, it sprints from one end of the field to the other, leading the way for Sean Toomey-Stout, the player in the clip, to score a 95-yard touchdown.

We don’t know if the referees wanted to count this as interference or not, but we’d say they need to slap a jersey on that deer and use it when they need to put some points on the board!

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