During Saturday's Army and Nava NCAA Football game, officials had to halt the game in the fourth quarter with one of the longer reviews you'll ever hear about.
Army, at the time, was leading their rivals 10-0 at the start of the fourth quarter. On a fourth-and-two, the Black Knights went for it and were able to get a first down.
The confusion was over quarterback Kelvin Hopkins Jr. stretching the ball out for the first down as he fell to the ground.
The end result was that the officials opted to re-spot the ball. The chains were brought out where it was determined that they were indeed a foot short.
Naturally, the internet chimed in with their jokes on the time-consuming review.
With US president Donald Trump in attendance, Army went on to win the game 17-10.