It was the beginning of the second half. The Arizona Wildcats were getting the ball back after a late score in the second quarter because they won the coin toss and deferred to the second half.
A penalty on the kick return backed the offense to their own eight yard line.
But that was no problem.
"He kind of let it loose," Rich Rodriguez said. "He got a nice stiff arm and he showed a little bit of a burst there, so we can't tease him about being the slowest wideout anymore after he took that one for a touchdown."
"I just like to stiff arm people I guess," Hill joked afterwards. "I wasn't really expecting it to go that far, but once I got the man off me I showed a little speed that they didn't think I had, but it was fun."
"It was a great feeling getting in the endzone and hearing the crowd roar just like I used to."
That play sort of put the last year-plus behind Hill after recovering from that knee surgery in the spring of 2013.
"Just everything I had to go through kind of rushed through my head," he explained. "I've had a lot of ups and downs in my college career, and to be able to come back from such a rough injury and finally get in the endzone again and make a great play like that, especially for the team, to make Anu (Solomon) look great today, it's a good feeling."
The wide receivers as a whole showed the depth that's been talked about for so long now, but Hill is going to be a key piece in making it all work.
"It's good to have him back because he plays every position," Rodriguez added. "He's an experienced guy, and he's very reliable."
"It's a blessing to have such a talented wide receiving corps," Anu Solomon continued. "To have the ability to throw it to one guy, and then to another guy. Hopefully they'll just make a big play."
That 92 yard reception was the third-longest passing play in Arizona history. Just another one to add to the record books on a night of shattered records on the offensive side of the ball for this program.