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Houston had too many men on the field AND was offside on a key play in beating Tulsa

The zebras didn't do this correctly. No. 13 Houston escaped Tulsa on Saturday, 38-31. The Cougars avoided a second loss in a row by stopping Tulsa on an ultra-close last play, where a Tulsa player glided near the goal line and failed, by a matter of inches, to get the ball across the plane for a game-tying touchdown. It was heart-wrenching. But on the play before, Houston got away with a pretty substantial offside foul.
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