This is like that classic lesson which you learn in little league about how to always be aware of how many outs there are. Unfortunately for Tulane and their quarterback Nick Montana, it was a lesson learned a bit too late. At the end of the first half during the UCF and Tulane game on Saturday, Tulane mistakenly thought it was first down with just two seconds remaining and spiked the ball on their own 26-yard line. Sadly, it was actually 4th down and because of the gaffe UCF took over on downs. You can see the video HERE.