If you were watching the Outback Bowl on Tuesday, you are probably talking about Jadeveon Clowney's big hit that has ESPN and bloggers gushing at the moment, but odds are you are also talking about one of the game's other big moments.
Facing 4th and 4 from their own 37-yard line, the Michigan Wolverines get the ball to Floyd Simmons for what looks like just about 3 1/2 yards -- not enough for the first down.
The referees spot the ball and measure the distance. When the chains are placed, it appears that Michigan is just short of the first down.
But not according to referee Jeff Maconaghy. It's first down Michigan. Even after coach Steve Spurrier challenges the call, the referees still award a fresh set of downs to the Wolverines.
You were likely livid at the call. And so were 3-year-old Ada Foster and her 6-year-old sister, Logan Foster.