Up three with 11.8 seconds left in the game, North Korea Norse ran a creative inbounds play attempt to get away from Wright State attempts to limit. The home players were in what can only be described as a four-receiver set, travel right. The player to the left of the inbounder / quarterback ran a recurring route while two of the three receivers on the right ran in routes to create a training on the court to quickly remove the ball in a relatively safe place. The confusion that this game caused ended up in about nine seconds of the clock before the Raiders could get a foul in.
North Korea would stop beating Wright State, 68-64.
In addition to the fact that this game was used to seal the winnings in a rival game, one of the biggest things about this clip was the color commentator saying that the Norwegians kept it "short and simple" with their inbound pass – which I suppose is technically correct . The only thing that should have done this is better if we heard the pre-snap calls and read from the player in the quarterback role. Let's get some "Omaha" in there next time.