TEMPE, Ariz. -- Gary Andersen didn't complain when asked about the lack of adversity No.20 Wisconsin faced leading up to its road test at Arizona State. The way the Badgers' first-year head coach saw it, his veteran team was well-equipped to handle the variety of challenges that would test their mental mettle.
He also refused to complain after it appears Wisconsin had a possible victory stolen away from it.
A game-winning field goal attempt was never kicked, as mass chaos ensued on the field in the final 18 seconds that resulted in Arizona State celebrated a 32-30 win in front of 66,155 fans and the Wisconsin sideline up in arms with no explanation in sight.
"It's hard when you lose a game like that," said Andersen. "That's all I am going to say about that."
Wisconsin (2-1) had given up back-to-back fourth-quarter scores to a high-powered aerial offense but the Badgers battled back thanks to the unlikely. The Badgers dialed up the fake punt they had been practicing all week to g...