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Watch: California quarterback Ross Bowers scored a mesmerizing front flip touchdown last night

California took No. 8 Washington State to town in a 37-3 demolition on Friday.

IT WILL GO down as one of the touchdowns of the year.

With California already in a comfortable 20-3 lead last night and in the midst of a major upset against No. 8 Washington State, Ross Bowers executed a truly unforgettable piece of wizardry.

The 20-year-old quarterback thundered towards the end zone 3rd & Goal and, leaping over the attempted challenge of one defender to wrap around his legs, tumbled over the end line to execute an almost-perfect front flip.

The touchdown made sure of Cal’s lead at 27-3, but will be remembered as one of the defining moments of individual genius witnessed this season from the young Washington native.

The sophomore has precedent for the act, however.

In December 2014 he performed a similar front flip in a high school game for Bothell, that time sticking his landing to a tee — with the player in the past crediting his mother for his acrobatic skills having taught him on trampolines as a child.

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