Terrel Hunt held his arms up in disbelief. His last-ditch spike attempt at the end of the first half left no time on the clock to run a play from the Louisville 2-yard line.
It left the struggling quarterback with a frustrated feeling.
And once again, it left the Orange (2-3, 0-1 ACC) without any points in the red zone.
“It wasn’t good enough,” Scott Shafer said on his team’s performance. “It wasn’t good enough to get it done. So we have to go back to work and try to get it better. It’s so simple it’s hard to comprehend, but it the God’s honest truth.”