Check out this unique way that Texas Tech converted a two-point conversion after they scored touchdown in the second quarter of its game against Kansas to go up 9-0. The Red Raiders lined up with a quarterback and a running back lined up behind the center and everyone else split out wide. And instead of the quarterback getting the ball, center swung the ball to offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark, and the big man ran it in for the two-point conversion. The Red Raiders ended up beat the Jayhawks 30-20.