Clemson's field goal unit, which has been a major issue this season, once again came up short in a big spot in Saturday's 31-24 overtime loss against No. 4 Florida State.

After witnessing Robert Gunn III miss three field goals and an extra point in the Tigers’ first three games, Dabo Swinney turned to Jonathan Weitz, who had an extra year of eligibility after having been a part of the Tigers’ program from 2019-22. 

With less than two minutes remaining in regulation, and the game tied at 24, Weitz missed a chip-shot 29-yard field goal that would have given Clemson the lead in Death Valley.

ESPN's veteran broadcaster Sean McDonough, who was on the call with former Alabama standout Greg McElroy delivered an all-time call at the game's most pivotal moment.

Lamenting the big miss, McElroy said, “What would’ve been a Hollywood ending,” referring to the kicker pulled out of retirement making a game-winning kick. McDonough retorted with: “Well the writers are on strike.”

Social media paid the veteran broadcaster respect for treating college football fans to an all-time classic one-liner.