Bo Wallace was supposed to make a throw in the flat to shorten the game-tying field goal or throw the ball out of bounds.
Instead, he heaved the ball to the left corner of the end zone, and S Ronald Martin veered in front of the pass and intercepted it with two seconds left, sealing the 10-7 LSU win.
Coach Hugh Freeze wasn’t pleased.
Freeze: "I thought we were pretty clear we would take that flat throw or throw it out of bounds…wish I could do it over."
— TJ Werre (@TJ_WJTV) October 26, 2014
If you literally peed in Hugh Freeze's Cheerios, as Bad Bo figuratively did, it would likely produce this same face. pic.twitter.com/BOYqYgZy1o
— Kyle Tucker (@KyleTucker_CJ) October 26, 2014
Ole Miss took a delay of game penalty while lining up for a 42-yard field goal attempt the play before, and Freeze appeared to take too long to send the kicking team on the field (with about 15 seconds left on the play clock).
Overall, the Rebels’ clock management and play-calling on the final two drives were near disastrous, and only a borderline defensive pass interference call on the Tigers gave Ole Miss a final chance.