The sideline celebration following Michigan State's was widespread and understood, but coach Mark Dantonio finished his celebration with a smile and fist bump – with his daughter, Kristen.
She did not call the play, however, as some joked she might have.
Dantonio did say she reminded him about trickery before he called it.
"She did say to me, ‘Hey, Dad, Dad, don't forget the trickery' and I said, ‘It's coming.'
"So after that got done, I walked over and gave her a little fist bump."
The Spartans called the trick play to open the fourth quarter as punter Mike Sadler ran for 25 yards from the MSU 37-yard line on a fourth-and-7.
Dantonio said after the game the played was called "Hey, Diddle, Diddle" and Tuesday said special teams coach Mike Tressel came up with the name.
"I said how did you come up with that and he finished the riddle, 'send Sadler up the middle,'" Dantonio said.
Watching the MSU-Iowa game and saw Dantonio fist bumped his daughter after the fake punt. Whatta guy. pic.twitter.com/WiPEVbDD5W— Mike Wilson (@MikeWScout) October 7, 2013