(It didn’t go well.)

Vanderbilt suffered from a severe end zone allergy for the first 59 minutes of their game against Western Kentucky, but finally scored a touchdown on a Johnny McCrary pass to Trent Sherfeld to cut the score to 14-12. They needed a two-point conversion to tie it up … and came up just short:

That’s a great play by WKU’s Joe Brown to stop Vandy’s Nathan Marcus juuuuuust short of the end zone. The Hilltoppers have now won two in a row by stopping a two-point conversion — if you remember the wild finish to the Popeye’s Bahamas Bowl, they beat Central Michigan when the Chippewas went for two and failed with the score 49-48.

And if you’re wondering how WKU was in such good position to sniff the play out and make the stop, well …

The good news for the Dores is they beat the spread! The SEC squad were 2.5 point underdogs to their C-USA opponents (They also didn’t win the attendance battle).

That’s about all we need from you this year, Vanderbilt. See you in 2016!