Interception With 22 Seconds Left Seals 17-10 Win For Boise State

TCU needed to go 99 yards in just 66 seconds for a chance to tie the game -- no easy task, for sure. But the Frogs were at least on the right side of the field, thanks in part to a pass interference penalty. On the Broncos' 30-yard line, with 29 seconds left, TCU's Andy Dalton dropped back, slung a pass out toward the far sideline ... only to have the ball tipped up in the air, as both receiver and defender battled. The ball hung in the air for what must have felt like an eternity for players and fans alike, before finally coming to rest in the waiting arms of Boise State's Winston Venable, sealing the win. 

Boise State took a knee to make it official, winning the Fiesta Bowl, 17-10. They are just the second team ever to go 14-0. 

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