Oregon State’s Everett Hayes nailed a 60-yard field goal at the end of regulation to send Saturday’s game against the University of Colorado into overtime. . .
The 60-yard FG hit by Oregon State's Everett Hayes at the end of regulation was the longest FG in the Football Bowl Subdivision this season. It's just the third FG of at least 60 yards in the FBS since 2012. #cubuffs
— Brian Howell (@BrianHowell33) November 7, 2021
. . .but the kick would have hit from like 70 yards away, as evidenced by the cheerleader standing behind the goalposts who got hit in the head by the ball:
Oregon State just kicked a 60 yard field goal to tie the game and it hit a CU cheerleader to send it into overtime. How fitting.
— Robert Chavez (@_RobertChavez) November 7, 2021
We haven’t found any news coverage of her condition and we hope she’s okay:
— Pac-12 Network (@Pac12Network) November 7, 2021
And here’s a zoomed-in version:
Hayes went on to miss a shorter kick that ending up giving the win to Colorado:
Oregon State kicker Everett Hayes missed a 38-yard field goal in the second overtime after nailing a 60-yarder at the end of regulation and Cole Becker's 43-yarder gave Colorado a 37-34 win over the Beavers on Saturday night. https://t.co/SakTw4Horq
— FOX31 Denver KDVR (@KDVR) November 7, 2021
Again, hopefully the cheerleader wasn’t injured and she can enjoy the W:
— CU Independent Sports (@CUISports) November 7, 2021