The ACC announced it has suspended the referees and replay officials involved in Miami's 30-27 win over Duke on Saturday. In the press release, the conference cited a "series of errors during the final play of the game" as the reasoning behind the decision.The Hurricanes won after a kickoff return touchdown that channeled "The Play" in Stanford and Cal's 1982 clash:As dramatic as the TD was, Miami committed multiple infractions on the play, none of which were ultimately penalized. The missed flags included a block in the back at the Hurricanes' 16-yard line and a dead-ball penalty for a player leaving the sideline before the play was over, which wouldn't have canceled out the touchdown anyway.Miami running back Mark Walton also looked to be down before he lateraled the ball to his teammate, which Joe Giglio of the News & Observer in Raleigh, North Carolina, highlighted:Dan Wolken of USA Today believes extreme measures should be taken by the ACC in order to rectify the officiating mistakes:The Hurricanes, meanwhile, don't care how they got the win:The result could have a major impact for the Blue Devils down the line. They fell to 3-1 in the conference, which puts them behind North Carolina and Pittsburgh in the ACC Coastal.Even if Duke wins out, it might lose out on a spot in the ACC championship because of the finish to Saturday's game. Click here to read full news..