Iowa-Mississippi State is going down to the wire.
The Outback Bowl has seen many different types of plays in this year’s version and turnovers have been a theme all game long. Going into the fourth quarter, both teams had turned it over twice and the battle for who could have the most turnovers hadn’t concluded.
Midway through the fourth quarter, Mississippi State was driving and on the Hawkeyes’ 20-yard-line, the Bulldogs threw a pass to the end-zone that looked like a sure-fire TD. Except, the WR bobbled the pass and lost the ball.
That led to a Jake Gervase INT:
Jake Gervase. Big time play pic.twitter.com/IM2I7eaGKV
— Dustin Schutte (@SchutteCFB) January 1, 2019
— JMV1070 (@JMV1070) January 1, 2019
Iowa would eventually get a field goal out of this turnover, leading to a 27-22 score going into the final minutes of the game. The contest can be watched on ESPN2.