The kicking woes of the Florida State Seminoles continue on the list, and it’s not the last you’ll see of them. Here’s a recap of this one:
It’s 2002, and the Hurricanes, in front of a record crowd at the Orange Bowl, have erased a 27-14 fourth quarter deficit to now lead 28-27 with just a second to play. However, FSU is in field goal range, and all Xavier Beitia has to do is hit a 43-yard kick and they’ll upset #1 Miami.
“Kick is up...and it’s....no good! It’s wide left! It’s wide left!” pic.twitter.com/Ph1iWkmDNd— Beat UF (@hurricanesmarsh) August 17, 2019
Wide left. Canes win, 28-27.