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  • The trick shot trend is catching on with Idaho football players

    Idaho State receiver/running back Michael Dean completed a one-handed catch while doing a backflip on his first attempt July 10 at the Bengals' practice field in Pocatello. Teammate Mitch Gueller, a fellow receiver, threw Dean the football.

The trick shot trend is catching on with Idaho football players

Idaho State receiver/running back Michael Dean completed a one-handed catch while doing a backflip on his first attempt July 10 at the Bengals' practice field in Pocatello. Teammate Mitch Gueller, a fellow receiver, threw Dean the football.
Courtesy of Michael Dean