Baylor’s matchup with FCS foe Long Island University last Saturday didn’t move the needle much during a packed slate of games, but it did have one unintended impact: putting the spotlight on LIU QB Chris Howell.

A clip of Howell, the Sharks’ freshman QB, using a very unorthodox throwing motion in the game has gone viral since Saturday’s 30–7 Baylor win. The left-hander uses a sweeping sidearm motion to throw his passes, but did produce some highlights in the process, including a 35-yard throw perfectly placed for receiver Aviyon Smith-Mack that has since set the internet ablaze.

Howell’s funky delivery wasn’t so effective the rest of the way. He attempted just nine other passes, completing only three of them for a total of six yards outside of the 35-yarder shown above. Fans found Howell’s passing form hilarious, and the jokes on social media were as good as you would expect.

If nothing else, Howell provided some shine for a moribund LIU program that is just 8–30 in its five seasons competing at the Division I level.