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WATCH: Arkansas beats Ole Miss after converting an unbelievable 4th-and-25 play in overtime

OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI - NOVEMBER 9: Brandon Allen #10 of the Arkansas Razorbacks on the field during a game against the Ole Miss Rebels at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on November 9, 2013 in Oxford, Mississippi. The Rebels defeated the Razorbacks 34-24. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI - NOVEMBER 9: Brandon Allen #10 of the Arkansas Razorbacks on the field during a game against the Ole Miss Rebels at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium on November 9, 2013 in Oxford, Mississippi. The Rebels defeated the Razorbacks 34-24. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)

Allen finished with 416 yards passing and six touchdowns in the victory. Wesley Hitt Getty Images

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Involving what could be the craziest play of the college football season to date, the Arkansas Razorbacks were able to defeat the Ole Miss Rebels by a score of 53-52 in overtime.

Down seven points in overtime, Arkansas was faced with a near improbable 4th-and-25 situation. Quarterback Brandon Allen found tight end Hunter Henry with a pass near the sidelines. Short of the first down, Henry threw the ball over his head right before being tackled. With the ball bouncing around, running back Alex Collins picked up the lateral and scampered inexplicably for the first down.

The wacky fourth-down play ultimately led to a game-tying score by the Razorbacks -- who then won the game on a two-point conversion run by Allen.