Fans Hated College Football’s New Two-Point Conversion Shootout Overtime Rules After 9 OT Illinois-Penn State Game

College football’s new overtime rules were tested during the Illinois-Penn State game on Saturday, and the rules committee might have to tweak some things for future seasons.

New to 2021, teams will participate in a two-point shootout, and alternate running two-point conversion plays from the 3-yard line starting in the third overtime period.

Unfortunately, Illinois and Penn State went 0-5 during the two-point shootout before a team scored, and fans were miserable.

Illinois was finally able to win the game in the ninth overtime for the upset win.