Shortest TD pass ever?

Houston rolled Tulsa last night in a 48 - 16 win to put a lid on their 12-0 regular season.

We noticed that during the first quarter, Case Keenum got credit for quite possibly the shortest touchdown pass in NCAA history (add that to his already impressive resume).

Houston sent Patrick Edwards in motion, and Keenum got a high snap that he tipped down into the hands of the sprinting Edwards, who ran around the right edge and dove in for a touchdown.

Total distance the ball covered in the air...about 6 inches. Take a look at the video below.

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