Did anybody else notice the play we ran on fourth down with five minutes left in the third quarter? We lined up with Murphy and four other backs in the backfield -- obviously an illegal formation. Murphy went under center, looked over the defense, and saw that the right cornerback was playing man-to-man (he was watching the QB, not the receiver, and had inside position on the receiver). Murphy knew the CB would have to go downfield with the receiver and thus clear out the right flat. He audibled and the four backs made a weird little circular motion and one peeled off to the left to be on the line of scrimmage and make the formation legal. The rest were left in the usual diamond formation, but LSU had only a second to realize this before Murphy snapped the ball and ran the option to the now vacated right side. Result: first down. Obviously, Murphy must have had other options to choose from depending on the defense. He had to audible since we were in an illegal formation otherwise. Whatever play he took us into, LSU would have only a second to recognize the formation and decide what to do. The announcers were no help. They only mentioned that Murphy saw that the option play would work. This was the most creative play design I have seen in years. I hope we see more of it in the future.