At least now he isn't the only coach to lose a bowl game because of a play that is most commonly used in Pee Wee games (because it looks so cute when little kids do it!).
By the end of the first half Colorado State closed the gap from 22 to 13, but with right around 10 minutes left in the fourth they were down by 15. It wasn't looking good. They needed some help; they needed the defense to come up with a big play or two.
So they did.
After closing the gap to eight a turnover gave the Rams the chance to tie the game up on the two point conversion, and it was another turnover that gave them the chance to win the game with a 41-yard field goal.
With that the Rams pulled victory from what looked like certain defeat--so the Rams did what any team would do in a case like this.