Trending: Man sees again with help of bionic eye; quarterback catches his own pass

Trending: Man sees again with help of bionic eye; quarterback catches his own pass

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Quarterback catches own pass; takes it all the way

He's credited with a passing touchdown and a receiving touchdown on the same play.

A quarterback from North Greenville University caught his own deflected pass, returning the batted ball 42-yards for a touchdown against Mars Hill University.

Bionic eye restores vision; Man sees wife for first time in 30 years

Blind for half of his life, 66-year-old Larry Hester sees his wife for the first time in nearly 30 years.

Left blind from a condition called retinitis pigmentosa, a bionic eye helps him see again. In September, 2014, an electronic stimulator was surgically implanted in his left eye. On October 1, eye surgeon Dr. Paul Hahn turned it on for the first time.

While the device does not restore vision in the normal sense, it provides light-and-darkness differentiation.

He's the seventh person in the United States to receive the visual aid from the device.

Amazing basketball shot

Woah! Chasing down his team-mate's loose three pointer, a Slovenian basketball players hits one of the most wildly impressive shots we have ever seen.

Chasing the ball out of bounds, Blaz Mahkovic tosses a one-handed hail mary over his shoulder. The ball sails over the backboard and through the hoop.

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