Arizona State Beats USC 38-34 on Last-Second Hail Mary

Ken Chin@@thekenchinSocial Media StaffOctober 5, 2014

(via FOX broadcast)

For the second time this season, a Pac-12 matchup was decided on a final-second Hail Mary touchdown pass. 

This time, it was Arizona State coming out on top of USC, 38-34. 

ASU quarterback Mike Bercovici heaved the ball toward the end zone, but it was wide receiver Jalen Strong who did the work. 

Strong, who finished with 10 catches for 202 yards and three TDs, was allowed to walk into the end zone on the final play. 

(via FOX broadcast)

As you might have expected, the Trojan faithful were stunned.  

It turned out to be USC's fatal mistake, as the one man they needed to stop was the one who scored the deciding touchdown. 

College football. You've got to love it!