The Seattle Seahawks scored a touchdown on a read-option play, and the play that occurred was similar to a play used by the Auburn Tigers.
The Seattle Seahawks played fantastic defense on the Green Bay Packers in their 36-16 victory, but they also shined on offense.
On one particular play, quarterback Russell Wilson looked like he was going to feed the ball to running back Marshawn Lynch, who steamrolled the Packers defense.
However, the handoff turned out to be fake as Wilson ran to his left and tossed the ball to wide receiver Ricardo Lockette. Lockette broke a tackle and ran to the end zone for a 33-yard touchdown.
This was eerily similar to a play by Auburn last season. This was a team who excelled on offense and used the read-option to their advantage.
Quarterback Nick Marshall faked a handoff to Heisman finalist Tre Mason before throwing a touchdown pass to wide receiver Sammie Coates.
Here is the video from Vine of these two similar plays spliced together.