It's one of the most iconic plays from the BYU-Utah rivalry, and now it has its own Lego stop-action video to commemorate the moment.
Video popped up on social media Wednesday that shows the final play of the 2006 BYU-Utah football game being re-created in Lego stop-action motion by animator Jared Jacobs, who used the handle @goldyeller on his social media sites.
The video features the call of the final play from The Mtn., the former TV network dedicated to Mountain West Conference sports, and shows BYU quarterback John Beck roll left, then right before launching a pass across his body to a wide-open Jonny Harline for the game-winning score. The Cougars won, 33-31.
"Five in a row won't happen," the audio blares at the end of the video, in reference to BYU snapping a four-game losing streak to Utah with that victory.
Last year, Jacobs also re-created another memorable moment in BYU football history, developing a video depicting the Hail Mary win over Nebraska from 2015.
According to an article in the Idaho Statesman, Jacobs turned creating stop-action Lego animation into his full-time job earlier this year.
All his work can be found on his Instagram page under the @goldyeller handle.