Duke topped Indiana in an exciting Pinstripe Bowl that ended with some controversy.

The final score read 44-41 in favor of the Blue Devils, who got a 36-yard field goal from Ross Martin in the first overtime.

Indiana failed to get a first down on its ensuing possession, but the Hoosiers had to like their chances of going to a second overtime with Big Ten Kicker of the Year Griffin Oakes lining up for a 38-yarder.

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It sailed near the right upright and was ruled no good, sending the Blue Devils onto the field in celebration.

This FG was called no good to give Duke the win. #PinstripeBowl pic.twitter.com/sxiWCnQ0Ao

— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) December 27, 2015

Oakes looked around insisting the kick had been good, but the officials ruled the game was over.