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The Play That Shouldn’t Have Happened

The Play That Shouldn’t Have Happened

With an un-timed down awarded to the Chippewas after Mason Rudolph thew the ball out of bounds to try to end the game, Central Michigan upset No. 22 Oklahoma State with a crazy hail mary and lateral. Central Michigan stayed with OSU the whole game, with a halftime score of 17-10; Oklahoma State didn’t overwhelm anyone, though the hardly whelmed people.

The MAC official has come out and said the last play, which won Central Michigan the game, has said the last play should not have happened because an intentional grounding should not have been called on the throw from Mason Rudolph out of bounds to expire the clock.

Cowboys fans left the stadium dejected and sad, but an overturn of the game could potentially help brighten the spirit of OSU fans. This one call has the ability to shape the OSU season.

But at this point, OSU is 1-1 and that is all that is definite

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