This will be good to see what players and coaches are saying many years later. Right here we have the Immaculate Reception and broadcast replay of it. After years of saying the ball hit Fuqua, I found out after watching it over and over, the ball DID make it past Jack Tatum and the play is good. It still doesn’t take away the memory of trying to get Franco Harris to admit to James Lofton and myself that the ball had hit Fuqua, meaning the touchdown shouldn’t have counted. Great theater, and countless arguments / debates have come from this play.
A Football Life – The Immaculate Reception will be one to watch… check out ours as well…

They Call It Pro Football - Official Blog of NFL Films

“A Football Life” continues on NFL Network next Wednesday, December 19 at 8 p.m. ET, as we take an in-depth look at one of the most controversial plays in NFL history.

Check back to TCIPF throughout the coming week for exclusive sneak peeks at “The Immaculate Reception: A Football Life”, the thirteenth episode from Season 2 of our documentary series.  Now, here’s your First Look.

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