Wisconsin football fans are used to their share of close-game heartbreak in recent years, and they can add another epic defeat to the list following Saturday night's stunning 32-30 loss against Arizona State.
Badgers quarterback Joel Stave took a two-yard loss to help his team line up a potential 32-yard game-winning field goal in the middle of the field. But in a bizarre series of circumstances, Wisconsin never had the opportunity to kick that field goal. Stave put the ball on the field after taking the knee and referees made no attempt to set the ball back down quickly as time ran out. By the time Stave tried a spike, time had expired.
Here are five things we learned from Saturday night's game:
1. Melvin Gordon deserves more carries.
When the season began, James White was the starting running back -- or at least the opening series tailback -- with Gordon serving as the second option. Though we knew the carries would be about even, it's becoming clear Gordon deserves more touch...