Updated Sep 15, 2013 - 9:13 am
Bizarre ending in Arizona State's 32-30 victory over Wisconsin
With 18 seconds remaining and inside the Sun Devils' 15-yard line, Badgers quarterback Joel Stave went to center the football in an attempt to set up an easier game-winning field goal. After reaching a spot between the hash marks, the redshirt sophomore placed the ball down thinking he had given himself up.
The clock, however, never stopped and before the Badgers could run another play it ran out.
Here's a look at the wild finish:
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