Well, Thanksgiving dinner at this family's house next month could be more interesting than usual...
On Saturday, Buffalo and Western Michigan played the highest-scoring game in FBS history, with Western Michigan pulling out a 71-68 victory after seven overtimes.
But as improbable as that was, it doesn't really compare to what happened during the first overtime of the game.
Western Michigan's Donnie Ernsberger scored a touchdown in the first OT, prompting his sister to rush the field and give him a big hug.
The only problem, of course, is Ernsberger's touchdown didn't end the game, because this is college football, not the NFL.
oh my god the sister of a Western Michigan WR just RAN ON THE FIELD after he scored a touchdown and no the game was not over pic.twitter.com/JvnfiZFDGA— Tom Martin (@TomKCTV5) October 7, 2017
oh my god the sister of a Western Michigan WR just RAN ON THE FIELD after he scored a touchdown and no the game was not over pic.twitter.com/JvnfiZFDGA
According to Sports Illustrated, Western Michigan received a 15-yard penalty for the actions of Ernsberger's sister, who was kicked out of the game.
Fortunately, Western Michigan went on to win anyway -- eventually. All's well that ends well?