Whenever the Texas Tech Red Raiders and Texas Longhorns play each other, you know there's going to be a lot of scoring. But not all touchdowns are equal.

This crazy play happened in the 2nd quarter. The Longhorns were facing a long 3rd and goal from the 24 yard line and they had the audacity to hand it off to D'Onta Foreman.

Foreman looked like he would be stopped short of the goal line after a nice gain, but the pile kept pushing to the endzone and it looked like he might score. But as he reached for the goal line, Douglas Coleman stripped him of the ball and then ran it all the way back for a touchdown from his own endzone.

Unbelievable. Touchdown @TexasTechFB! https://t.co/DqQbJ4UlKt

— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 5, 2016

Replays showed that Foreman likely crossed the plane before he was stripped, but a lack of sufficient evidence meant that the play stood as a Red Raider touchdown.

The score put Texas Tech up 23-14, but the Longhorns bounced back to take the lead at the half 24-23.