I'm one of thousands of people making this very same observation right now, I know. But don't be fooled by Bill Raftery and Verne Lundquist all up in arms about the 1.1 seconds taken off the clock at the end of the Memphis-Texas A&M game.
It was clear that the Memphis defender knocked the ball down in bounds, after which it took a high hop and did not touch down until it softly landed on the press table. As we all know, the clock technically should not stop until the ball has landed out of bounds. Therefore, 1.1 seconds may have been generous to A&M, judging by how long the ball seemed to float in the air.
Presumably, Verne and Bill thought they saw the ball hit the line immediately after it was knocked down, before it ever bounced. The replay seemed to indicate otherwise. Good call and even better game (what was shown in the Chicago market, at least).
Now go Vols.