FSU-UM Game Ends In Bizarre Fashion Due To Obscure NCAA Rule

Canes QB Tyler Van Dyke could have had one last shot to beat FSU but instead was the victim of an obscure rule.

Down three points while near midfield with two seconds left to go in the game, Van Dyke dropped back and spiked the ball. Referees immediately announced the game was over because NCAA rules state that you need at least three seconds left on the clock to spike the ball.

College football fans were confused by the rule which was implemented in 2013.