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The Ending to LSU-Florida State Is One of the Most INSANE Things You WIll Ever See


I don't even know what to say about the last five minutes of that football game. If you missed the fourth quarter, you missed one of the craziest college football endings I can remember.

After more than three quarters of a pretty boring game, LSU forced Florida State into its first three-and-out of the night with a little more than two minutes left. The Tigers were getting the ball back with a chance to go tie or win the game. That's when all hell broke loose.

Malik Nabers muffed the punt, which was returned for a would-be touchdown by the Noles. But it turns out that ball couldn't be advanced once it was recovered. So now all FSU needed was to run out the clock and punch it in or kick a chip shot field goal and the game was effectively over.

And under those circumstances, Mike Norvell decided to go with a pitch on the goal line.

I am shocked that play call ended poorly!

Now with new life, the Tigers drove all the way down the field. And as it seemingly had to be, LSU ended up with one shot at the end zone from the 2-yard line with just one second on the clock.


Jayden Daniels placed the ball perfectly into the hands of Jaray Jenkins for the score with no time left to spare. All the Tigers needed was the extra point …

There is no better sport in these United States than collegiate football. Nothing else can give you an ending like that out of nowhere. I'm still not even entirely sure what happened, I just know that it was fucking awesome.