After two disastrous seasons, something was bound to go right for the Bowl Championship Series.
With Miami and Ohio State being the only teams to finish the 2002 regular season undefeated, picking the contestants for the title game was easy. But this being the BCS, something had to go wrong.
With Miami holding a 24-17 lead in overtime, Ohio State faced with a fourth-and-three situation from the Hurricane five. A Craig Krenzel pass into the end zone for Chris Gamble fell incomplete and Miami started to celebrate a national championship.
Then a flag came from back of the end zone. Miami's Glenn Sharpe was called for pass interference. Take a look at the video. If you think this was pass interference or holding, well, you're wrong. Any infraction came after the ball arrived and Gamble had a chance to make a play.
Ohio State went on to win and claimed the national title.