The San Jose State Spartans are a perfect 6-0 after battling their way back from a 20-7 halftime deficit against Nevada on Friday night.

The Spartans, playing in New Mexico due to COVID-19 restrictions on large gatherings in San Jose, clinched a spot in the Mountain West Conference Championship Game with the victory.

However, the win wasn’t without some struggles. In fact, as you can see below, the Spartans’ kicker absolutely shanked a 34-yard attempt early in the game:

It’s like he thought the kick attempt was from the middle of the field, not the left hashmark. He made zero adjustments for that attempt.

He had been 4-for-4 before that attempt, but his long was only 35 yards. We’ll see if anyone can top that bizarre attempt this weekend.