BCS National Championship 2014: Devonta Freeman called for unsportsmanlike penalty for taunting Auburn bench (GIF)

Jan 6, 2014; Pasadena, CA, USA; Florida State Seminoles running back Devonta Freeman (8) runs the ball against Auburn Tigers defensive lineman Gabe Wright (90) during the second half of the 2014 BCS National Championship game at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The highly anticipated BCS National Championship match up between No. 2 Auburn Tigers and the No. 1 Florida State Seminoles is finally here. The Seminoles find themselves down big in the first half with Auburn winning 21-3. Tre Mason has scored a touchdown, Nick Marshall threw a 50-yard touchdown pass and eventually ran for one himself.

The Seminoles managed to claw their way back scoring a touchdown making the score 19-21 and gave head coach Jimbo Fisher a big decision. Take the extra point or go for the two point conversion to tie it.

Seminoles running back Davonta Freeman made the devision easier when he got a 15-yard penalty for taunting following the touchdown. That moved them back and forced them to settle for an extra point allowing Auburn to hold onto a one-point lead.

And his reception wasn’t pleasant on the side line:

GIFs via @FanSidedGIF and Zombie Prophet

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Topics: BCS National Championship Game, Florida State Seminoles

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  • Jackson

    They missed a lot of calls of taunting by Auburn, but hey the Noles proved to be the better team when they needed to get the job done!! Way to go NOLES!!!!

    • Amaphi

      As well as a facemask, pass interference, holding and delay of game all damn night. You’d have thought Malzahn was reffing himself.

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