Any time an 18-point lead turns into a 5-point loss it's more about the plays your team didn't make than the ones the opponent did.
Florida State blew a major opportunity to stave off Boise State's comeback on Saturday, and all they had to do was make the simplest of plays.
Clinging to a 31-26 early in the fourth quarter, the 'Noles forced a Boise fumble and had two defenders on the ball right in front of their goal line, only to see neither come away with the ball.
Boise State recovered, scored a touchdown and then used that touchdown to complete its 36-31 comeback win.
After the game, Mark Richt demonstrated the proper way to recover the fumble, which accomplished the dual goal of being informative and hilarious at the same time.