2011 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, Ohio Vs. Utah State: Two-Minute Drill Works

The Ohio Bobcats had two minutes - 2:02 to be exact - to get down the field against the Utah State Aggies if they wanted to leave the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl with a victory. It didn't take the Bobcats long to get into Aggies territory and had a fourth-and-6 opportunity at the latter's 14-yard line.

Tyler Tettleton withstood Utah State's pass rush and found an open LaVon Brazill open on the goal line with 37 seconds left to tie the game. Or should Ohio thought.

The officials noticed that Brazill appeared the lose the ball as he came down with it, but he landed on top of it in the end zone. The play was originally ruled a touchdown and stood after an initial review, but a second review led the officials to move the ball to just outside the goal line.

Tettleton took it from there as he ran the ball into the end zone to tie the game at 23-23 before Matt Weller's extra point sealed the 24-23 victory for the Bobcats.

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