Over the past two weeks, the college football world has been witness to two games in which Wisconsin lost on Hail Mary passes.
While those two losses have been rough, Wisconsin is not alone when it comes to rough losses over the past few years.
Along with Wisconsin, here are some other teams that over the past few years have seemed to have shared in the Badgers' bad luck.
Wisconsin leads the nation in bad luck and it started last week against the Spartans. With the game tied and only four seconds remaining, Michigan State decided to line up for one last play and send it towards the end zone.
What unfolded on this play was only the beginning of the Badgers' awful luck over the past two weeks.
Texas A&M has taken blowing leads to a new level. When this season is finally over, it may be one that the Aggies choose to not look back on.
Things got off to an awful start as the Aggies blew a 20-3 lead over Oklahoma State. The very next week, things got even worse as the Aggies held a 35-17 lead over Arkansas and saw that lead disappear as well.
This past week against Missouri, Texas A&M held a 28-17 lead in the fourth quarter only to see the Tigers storm back and beat them in overtime.
Here is a look at how their biggest collapse unfolded against Arkansas.
Over the past four seasons, Virginia Tech has come into the season with a ton of hype surrounding the team and one way or another they have fallen short. For the most part, they are not a team you would expect.
In 2008, the Hokies kicked off the season with a home loss to East Carolina. They would also lose later in the year to unranked Boston College and Miami.
The very next year, Virginia Tech had a chance to redeem themselves but lost the opener to Alabama and also had a bad home loss to North Carolina in late October.
Things hit rock bottom for the Hokies in 2010. After again losing a big season opener, this time to Boise State, the Hokies came home to play FCS James Madison.
Watch as the Hokies suffer their most embarrassing loss.
Last year proved to be a year in which all the calls and breaks were not going Tennessee's way. During this conference showdown, Tennessee held a four-point lead with under a minute remaining.
After a play at the goal line came up short, LSU scrambled to get up and run another play, but during all the confusion, LSU ended up snapping the ball way over the quarterback's head and then the madness began.
In the past three seasons, Boise State doesn't seem like a team you would consider snake-bitten, but consider this: In 2008 and 2009, Boise State went undefeated and did not get their shot at a national title.
To make things worse, the Broncos looked to be heading to a third-straight undefeated season last year when they took on Nevada late in the year.
While it seemed that the game would certainly go to overtime after Nevada tied it with :13 remaining, Boise State still had an opportunity to win it on a field goal.
Kyle Brotzman would become a household name as he would not only miss that attempt but also an attempt in overtime that would lead to Boise State's only loss.
Wisconsin's luck has been so bad that they deserve another spot on the list.
One week after losing on a Hail Mary pass to Michigan State, Wisconsin seemed to have turned the tide by scoring a late touchdown of their own.
Despite taking a late lead, the Badgers gave up a good kick return and then had Braxton Miller pull off this play with under :30 remaining.
Last year's bad breaks did not end in the LSU game for Tennessee. After becoming bowl eligible, Tennessee took on North Carolina in the Music City Bowl.
Again, Tennessee found themselves with a late lead then things got crazy. After getting into field goal range and a chance to send the game to overtime, the Tar Heels ran a draw to get a little bit closer.
In an effort to spike the ball, the field goal unit and offense were not on the same page, giving us this ending.