Tar Heels Still Buzzing After Drake Maye’s Lefty TD Pass: "Just who he is"

With his right arm pinned against his body, switched the football to his left hand, spotted a wide open in the end zone, and did the inconceivable: he threw the ball with his off hand (Video). The ball was a duck, but with nobody around, Paysour made the easy catch for the touchdown. "It was unbelievable," said. (

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