Posted September 15, 2013 on
Following No.20 Wisconsin's 32-30 loss to Arizona State Saturday, head coach Gary Andersen and selected players address the media.

Bielema's wife teases Badgers fans

The ending to Arizona State's 32-30 victory over Wisconsin on Saturday night was downright bizarre. With the ball in field goal range, no timeouts left and time winding down, Badgers QB Joel Stave centered the ball and took a knee, assuming he'd have time for a clock-killing spike on the next play. Only there was no next play. [ PHOTOS: College football's hottest WAGS...

Arizona State girl in front row busy sexting during game

End of Wisconsin-Arizona State game is most bizarre ending ever

I can’t even explain what I just watched.  Wisconsin quarterback Joe Stave ran to the middle of the field to give his kicker a better angle at a game winning field goal and he gave himself up and placed the ball down on the ground.  Arizona State treated it as a live ball and laid on it while the clock continued to roll.  The referee never spotted the ball and Wisconsin never...

Wisconsin-Arizona State ending a total mess (Video)

Wisconsin lost to Arizona State on Saturday night 32-30 after a controversial ending went against them. The Badgers converted a 3rd and 3 on a 6-yard pass and their receiver stepped out of bounds with 18 seconds left. Wisconsin had the ball at the ASU 13 with no timeouts left. Quarterback Joel Stave was instructed […]

Mike Pereira says Wisconsin should have had one more play against Arizona State

Officiating guru Mike Pereira says Wisconsin should have had the chance to run one more play against Arizona State on Saturday night.

What Were The Badgers Thinking? Strange Ending In Arizona State's 32-30 Win Over Wisconsin

Can you explain this ending by to the Wisconsin - Arizona State game? Wisconsin head coach Gary Anderson tried to explain. It is a shame that it went down that way." Anderson said.  "If there is 18 seconds left we teach the kids to spike it and of course he slipped but that is what we practice. We were worried we would have a kickoff our way.” Wisconsin...

Pereira: Wisconsin should have gotten another play

I know you've all seen or done this You're driving and there's a crash on the other side of the road and you can't help but look. And sometimes what you see can make you sick in the pit of your stomach. Well, there was a train wreck in Tempe Saturday night at the end of the Wisconsin-Arizona State game. While there was much confusion on the field -- and blame...

Sun Devils Survive Frenetic Finish

Just when it seemed like Arizona State was on the verge of letting another opportunity to claim its first signature victory in the Todd Graham Era slip away, the unthinkable happen. The end result was a 32-30 ASU victory.

Report: Pac-12 Commish Larry Scott “Reprimanded” And Took “Sanctions Against” Officials From ASU-UW Game

The fallout from the end of Saturday’s affair between Arizona State and Wisconsin continued earlier this afternoon, when Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott made an announcement regarding punishments for the officials working the game. Sports Illustrated’s Stewart Mandel tweeted out the news – we’ll have specifics for you once they’re released. Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott...

Graham frustrated with mishaps

The last four minutes of the Arizona State and No. 20 Wisconsin game were pure craziness. After a Badger (2-1) score with 3:53 left on the clock in the fourth quarter, the Arizona State Sun Devils (2-0) started their final drive up by two, on their own 21-yard line.

Wisconsin, Arizona State finish, frame by frame

The use of instant replay in college football is great. Not that the on-field officials don’t normally do a good job, but calls are inevitably missed. In the most obvious cases the wrong is righted through replay. Which makes an officiating crew committing egregious mistakes at the end of a game even more frustrating, as was the case with the end of the Wisconsin, Arizona State...

Wisconsin at Arizona State Game Live Updates

Follow our game thread for live updates from the Wisconsin at Arizona State contest

Officials from Wisconsin-ASU game reprimanded

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- The Pac-12 Conference has reprimanded the officials in Saturday night's game between Wisconsin and Arizona State for their actions in the bizarre closing seconds. The Pac-12 said the officials did not act with enough urgency or properly administer the end of game situation when Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave awkwardly took a knee and the clock ran out on...

Scott takes in thrilling ASU game

As chance would have it, Saturday’s night game marked the first time Arizona State safety commit Jamal Scott attended a collegiate game in person. Suffice to say that this unofficial visit to Tempe was one he would not soon forget. Devils Digest caught up with Scott to talk about the wild finish in ASU’s 32-30 victory over Wisconsin and his overall experience this past weekend.

Pac-12 Post-Week 3 Power Rankings

The Pac-12 wasn’t short on late-night drama in Week 3. Wisconsin-Arizona State provided one of the strangest endings to a game in recent...
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