seriously though, Wisky just got bent over by the refs. That was f***ed up and the refs just ran off the field like "no big deal". Put it this way, if that happened in the Bama/A&M game, ESPN and the national media would be talking about it for weeks...it was that f***ed up and that controversial.
How was he supposed to spike it? An ASU player was laying on top of it, the ref wouldn't get him off the ball, and didn't flag him for a delay of game like he should've.
My favorite part is how they just cut from the end of the game so casually and to SportsCenter. If that had happened in the Bama/A&M game ESPN and the national media would be talking about it for weeks. They'd just say f*** the opening segment about the Mayweather/Alvarez fight, push it back 30-45 minutes, and just talk about how controversial that ending was.
But it was Wisconsin and Arizona State, so they're just like, "meh".
seriously, how does that happen, how do the refs just run off and that's it? there's an alternate ref right? some kind of overseer? somebody to tell them "hey, you REALLY ****ed that up, set the clock to X and they've got a play?"
Seeing that he did take a knee makes it even more f***ed up. But I just can't figure out why after the clock ran out, they didn't send both teams to their respective sideline, convene and discuss what happened, and come to some sort of conclusion that there should be some amount of time left on the clock. I'm guessing Wisconsin should've been snapping the ball to spike it with about 3-5 seconds to go, which means there'd be 1-2 seconds left for their FG.