In nearly 1,700 games over the last five years, FBS teams had won just one single time when going into the final five minutes of a game down by at least 15 points.

Teams in such a scenario are now 2-1,692 after Tulane erased a 15-point deficit in the last 4:30 of the Cotton Bowl on Monday to stun USC 46-45. ESPN shared the absurd stat on Twitter.

USC had a 45-30 lead on Tulane late in the fourth quarter after a field goal from Denis Lynch sailed through the uprights.

From then on, anything that could go wrong did.

A two-play, 63-yard drive in 16 seconds for Tulane pulled the Green Wave within eight points. USC muffed the ensuing kickoff and started at its own 1-yard-line. That possession ended in a safety and gave the ball right back to Tulane. The Green Wave then marched 66 yards in 12 plays, converting fourth downs twice, to score the game-winning touchdown.