Why did the clock keep running at the end of the Miami game?

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    Driskel threw an incomplete pass with a couple seconds left at the very end and it seemed like the clock just kept running. Did it stop at all? Did the refs place it down very quickly then start the clock almost immediately? What happened? I was on the other side of the field and couldn't see
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    Ok, so they blew the play dead as a sack and not an incomplete pass. The clock stopped for a couple seconds, looked like our team thought it was called an incomplete pass, then the clock just started running again. Very last play was an offsides penalty and a clock runoff to end the game?
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    Jeff can't take that sack. He really struggles with pocket presence.

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