The end of Saturday night's Hawaii-Fresno State game was a beaut. The Bulldogs overcame six turnovers and a 17-point deficit to forge a 29-29 tie at the end of regulation. All Hawaii had to do was overcome the officials.
Fresno had the ball first and after three plays, set up for a field goal by freshman Kevin Goessling. That's where we pick up this video.
Goessling misses, but baits the referee to call a running into the kicker penalty, setting up a second opportunity for Goessling. Guess what? He missed again.
Hawaii's Dan Kelly then booted the winner from 33 yards, giving the Warriors their first road victory over a ranked opponent.
Interesting fact: Hawaii was penalized 10 times for 82 yards. Fresno State was not penalized.
No wonder BCS teams don't want to play at Fresno.
Thanks to Tombo of Warriors Will Throw.