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Ok? Did I say Honey Badger should've won? Seriously, wtf are you trying to say?
Do you ever not flame? Getting old man, grow up.
This post was edited by Lesticals 16 months ago
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
For it to be a TD it would have had to occur before the ref blew the whistle and the players stopped.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
I am sorry I called you out on your repeated misinformation today. From now on if you want to make ridiculous claims like Te'o was 2nd on the team in tackles(even though he led by 42 tackles) or Nix is better than Te'o, or that your linked CBS article is relevant because it was "an actual voter" yet the USA Today article with the results of 37 actual voters is not a good source....just have at it. I will just sit back and laugh. You really don't have to continue to try and "get me" by making idiotic posts like the one directly above.
It was stopped by Teo. He had him wrapped up until the whistle was blown. Once the whistle was blown and the referee started running in then he started celebrating allowing Taylor to squirm into the endzone.
How do you know he would have scored if the ref did not blow the play dead? The ref didn't claim he was down, but rather his forward progress was stopped. It is easy to score once the other team has stopped and is celebrating.
BTW the picks clearly show Te'o was in on the tackle.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by dpfenny 16 months ago
Now I know why this thread was made. Top Louisiana wide receiver has named A&M his leader citing Johnny as one of the reasons he wants to go to cstat despite having parents that both went to LSU.
I understand you're worried about us but making threads on here wont save you.
"Strap on" is "No parts" spelled backwards...coincidence--- I think not!
Jackson, Calabrese, Te'o, and others were all in on stopping Taylor. It is clear in the pics. I have no idea who got the official tackle nor do I care. Point still remains the pic clearly shows the refs determining Taylor's forward progress stopped and blowing the whistle. The pics then show the ND players moving to celebrate. Only after that does Taylor put the ball across the line.
This post was edited by dpfenny 16 months ago
My claim was that Taylor didn't score until after the refs determined his momentum stopped, blew the whistle, and the defense started celebrating. The pics clearly show that to be the case. Your claim was that it was definitely a TD...which is false.
Unlike yourself, I do not make up fake stats. Tell us all again how Te'o was 2nd on the team in tackles. Unlike you, I do not try to discredit a source obviously without reading the article. LMAO at you claiming the the USA Today article was a bad source even thought it was a poll of 37 ACTUAL voters. Sorry I ruined you and you feel the need to follow me in every thread. Maybe once the Heisman is over you will go back to acting like an adult. As for the pics, they clearly show the ref determined the forward momentum stopped, blew the whistle, the defense, started celebrating, AND THEN Taylor reached the ball across the goal. If you believe otherwise, feel free to point out in the pics where Taylor crossed the goal line prior to the play being blown dead.
...from the article I linked and you attempted to discredit...The final survey of USA TODAY Sports Media Group members with official Heisman votes indicate a likely photo finish between Manziel and Te'o.
this gets better and better. So you are claiming the USA Today is lying about the results they received from their affiliate voters? Priceless.
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