SAN FRANCISCO – The Pac-12 Conference acknowledged a formal mistake in the last game of the Arizona State 10-7 victory at Michigan State on Saturday.
The conference said on Sunday night that the Sun Devils had to be called in.
"The Arizona defensive player started the start and crossed the kicking team in an attempt to block the kick," a Pac-12 message said. "At that point, he jumped into the frame of the opponent's body. The penalty would be 15 yards from the previous spot and automatically down first. In that case, it would be administered half the goal and Michigan State would be provided with an unexpected . "
Michigan State had a field goal in the final seconds, denied that there were many men on the field, creating a second try that Matt Coglin hooked well to the left. [1