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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. After the Aggies turned the ball over on downs, the Tigers needed just one first down to seal the win. And for a minute, it did, in fact, feel like the game had ended. However, replay officials took a closer look at the play and determined, correctly, that Mond's knee was down when he was picking up the low snap. So instead the play went into the books as an 8-yard loss.
The Aggies' fourth-down conversion was close: Two plays after Mond's interception was overturned, TAMU was facing a fourth-and, which Mond converted by throwing over the middle to Quartney Davis.
The play looked short of the yellow line on the screen in real time. But with the Aggies rushing to the line to spike the ball with 10 seconds remaining, the play was not stopped for further review. Here's the catch:. Anyone want to explain how this was a first down? However, SEC Network anchor Peter Burns clarified that the call on the field was correct since the yellow line was off.
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For the record, the call was correct. It was a 1st down. The first down TV line was incorrect and was on the 41, not the 43 yard line that it should have been. The original play clock showed all zeroes, which, again, would have given LSU the win, but officials determined the Aggies actually had 1 second on the clock to run one more play. Mond then connected with Quartney Davis, for a clutch yard touchdown.
The extra point tied the game at 31, sending it to overtime. Things only got weirder in overtime: As if the end of regulation wasn't bonkers enough, overtime proved only to be a continuation of the madness. With Mond rolling out and nowhere to go, he heaved up a pass into the end zone to Rogers, who miraculously hauled it in with one hand while drawing an obvious pass interference penalty.
A two-point conversion -- also caught by Rogers -- tied the game at 49 and sent it into its fourth overtime.