Kansas State blocked the Oregon extra point, carried the ball back into the end zone and then had the ball declared dead in the end zone. That resulted in an exceedingly rare one-point safety. It has only been done four times in NCAA history. The last occurred during the Texas vs. Texas A&M game in 2004.
The Clippers could be in 7th in the West by the time he returns.
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They’ve been letting it ride while Rodgers has run the table.