The college football community responds to South Alabama's outrageous error

With three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter of the Rose Bowl, the South Alabama Jaguars were up 31-29 against Chip Kelly and the UCLA Bruins. 

At that point, South Alabama coach Kane Wommack bizarrely elected to run a fake off of a field goal try from 40 yards out that would have tied the score at two possessions.

Naturally, the college football community responded in many ways to the stupid play

Kofie, a professional gamer, made light of the NCAA video game series' play-calling recommendations.

Add this to the list of offences against football that help an upset fail," Sports Illustrated reporter Pat Forde wrote on Twitter.

fake off of a field goal try from 40 yards out that would have tied the score at two possessions.

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