Found September 15, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
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 Saturday night in Tempe at the end of the Wisconsin-Arizona State game. While there was much confusion on the field -- and blame to go around -- the bottom line is this: Wisconsin should have gotten another play and the new rule regarding snapping the ball with two seconds or less does apply. Here was the situation: Wisconsin trailed Arizona State 32-30 but had driven 70 yards on six straight completions by Badgers quarterback Joel Stave in about a minute and a half to put themselves in a position to attempt a game-winning field goal. On the next play, a first-and-10 from the Arizona State 13-yard line with 18 seconds left, Stave received the snap, quickly ran to the middle of the field and even quicker than that, dropped to a...

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.

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