Tulane QB Nick Montana, son of legendary QB Joe Montana, had a bit of a brain fart at the end of the first half against Central Florida Saturday. With no timeouts and the clock winding down, Nick spiked the ball. Whoops...


Yes, his only option was an attempt to get in the end zone, but they're down by ten, make something happen.
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11thACR116 months
You Can't Coach this Stuff
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JETigER116 months
The officals should have measured if that was not a first down.
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johnnydrama116 months
I blame Coach Johnson. There was terrible clock management on that series.
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Cleanmatt116 months
Tulane thought they had gotten the first down on the previous play. No one knew it was forth down, including UCF's defense.
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Porter Osborne Jr116 months
I wish they would have showed their reaction when they realized what they just did.
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clamdip116 months
Anyone else remember when ole Joe did this at the end of a Saints game in the Dome?
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earl keese116 months
The rantards will never believe it. They swear to all that is holy that this kind of stuff only happens with a Les Miles coached team.
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