In one of the more thrilling championships games in BCS history, Florida State scored a touchdown with 13 seconds left and beat Auburn 34-31 on Monday night in Pasadena.
There were four touchdowns scored in the final minutes.
It looked like Auburn’s Tre Mason had won it with an incredible 38-yard TD run with a minute left. But Jameis Winston stormed down the field, and completed a pass to Kelvin Benjamin for the win:
Florida State came in the heavy favourite, but Auburn destroyed them in the first half. They jumped out to a 21-3 lead.
By the fourth quarter, FSU had pulled within 21-13, and that’s when things got crazy.
The Seminoles scored at TD to make it 21-19. But instead of going for a two-point conversion, they had to just take the extra point with 10:55 left because of a questionable unsportsmanlike conduct penalty:
An Auburn field goal with 4:31 left made it 24-20 Tigers. On the ensuing kickoff Levonte Whitfield took it back 100 yards for a TD to make it 27-24 FSU:
As they have all year, Auburn fought right back. After a long drive that included some solid throws from Nick Marshall, Tre Mason busted out a beastly TD run with 1:19 left. It seemed to be the winning TD at 31-27:
On the next drive, Winston went 6 for 7 for 77 yards and a championship-winning TD.
This is the last BCS game ever, and it ended in incredible fashion:
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