ASU Moment of the Year seed No. 6: The "knumble" vs. Wisconsin

Christian Petersen

It will be one of the most memorable games for years to come.

Next week House of Sparky will begin our "ASU Moment of the Year" tournament, with the 16 best moments from the athletic season. This week we will randomly introduce all 16 moments, then reveal our seedings and match-ups next week, where you, the reader, will vote on what was the ASU athletics Moment of the Year.

It was one of the most controversial finishes to any college football game in recent memory and it will go down in Arizona State football lore as one of the craziest and absurd finishes of any game in the history of Sun Devil Stadium.

It has affectionately been termed "the knumble."

18 seconds remained on the clock in the fourth quarter. Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave hiked the football, ran to the middle of the field and what happened next can simply be described as chaos on the football field.

The night of the game we wrote an article trying to explain everything and who might be to blame. Multiple fans in the stands who we've spoken to since that night said they were simply looking around unsure of what was happening and before they knew it the game was over.

Here is Todd Graham in the post game press conference explaining what he saw:

Regardless of what happened, the way it all unfolded and the controversy surrounding the entire incident will not soon be forgotten.

Here is the final 18 seconds on the radio as called by the Arizona State student radio station the Blaze 1330 AM.

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