The Kansas Jayhawks played their best game of the 2019 season, but still came up just short against the Texas Longhorns, falling 50-48 on a last-second field goal by Cameron Dicker.
Well, prior to the game-winning field goal, Kansas had stunned the Longhorns by converting on a two-point conversion to give them a 48-47 lead. After connecting with Daylon Charlot for two points, quarterback Carter Stanley had an absolutely ruthless celebration.
Stanley blew a kiss to the crowd and proceeded to drop a double "Horns Down" sign in front of the Longhorns' home crowd.
After that moment, just about everyone in the nation was rooting for Kansas to squeak out the win, but unfortunately their defense couldn't come up with a stop against Texas on their final drive.
Had the Jayhawks won this one, Stanley's celebration would have been immortalized in college football lore.
Instead, he's probably regretting getting cocky before the final whistle was blown.