It was offensive guard Herbert Scott, who was not an eligible receiver. Staubach and the Cowboys were trying to pull off a last-second victory over the Los Angeles Rams in a 1979 playoff game, but Scott's inadvertent catch ended the game. The Rams won, 21-19.
It's an incomplete pass.
...still a football. If it's not caught, its an incomplete pass. If its thrown and hits the ground behind the line of scrimmage, its a grounded ball, which is a penalty.
Herb Scott === I'm sure that's the answer to the trivia question that is being asked. But technically, that pass didn't count, because throwing a pass to an offensive lineman is a penalty, so the play was wiped out. I wish I knew who caught Roger's last LEGAL pass.
The ball is thrown by a player on one team to a teammate- but is caught by a member of the other team.
Projectile motion as the football is thrown, forces as the football is thrown as well.
A pass--if caught then it's a completion and if it's dropped then an incompletion.
The Dallas quarterback with the most interceptions in a career thrown in the super bowl is Roger Staubach with 4.
Football being thrown
93 yards is the longest thrown yardage in history
A ball thrown across a football field is an example of a projectile.