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No. 24 Wisconsin is trying to move past an excruciating and bizarre loss, and focus on its Big Ten opener against Purdue.
The Badgers (2-1) lost 32-30 to Arizona State when officials erred in allowing the clock to expire, denying the Badgers the opportunity to attempt a possible game-winning field goal. The Pac-12 issued a statement Monday acknowledging the errors by its officiating crew, saying it has ''reprimanded and taken additional sanctions against officials'' in their handling of the final seconds.
''To us, it doesn't matter. It's probably the PC (politically correct) thing to do and something they had to do,'' said Wisconsin linebacker Chris Borland. ''But, we don't care about that. We lost the game, so that's all we care about.''
''You can't afford to dwell,'' Borland said. ''You really don't have time, our busy schedules, the practicality of things that we need to do next Sat...
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Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave thought he had downed the football, but the refs kept the clock running and gave Arizona State a bizarre, 32-30 win.
Almost exactly a year apart, 2012′s Fail Mary and 2013′s Wisconsin Badgers officiating snafu will haunt the minds of diehard Wisconsin sports fans.
Here’s a video of what went down last night if you missed it.
It’s difficult to decide which one is worse because they both contain an extreme incompetence for the game of football and the acting referees assumed no accountability...
Wisconsin is trying to move past an excruciating and bizarre loss, and focus on its Big Ten opener against Purdue on Saturday.
The No. 24 Badgers (2-1) lost 32-30 to Arizona State when officials erred in allowing the clock to expire after quarterback Joel Stave awkwardly kneeled down and planted the ball on the field, denying Wisconsin the opportunity to attempt a possible game...