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....absolutely disgusting, that ball crossed before he fumbled. Worst call ive ever seen in my life, and it was reviewed too
That was horrible.
Worst call I've ever seen.
What the hell is the point of reviewing plays, when hellen keller 2.0 is reviewing them?
Agreed, beyond pathetic.
Our quarterback does front flips, suck it.
wow, just got F'd again. 2 god awful calls in a short span that have directly affected the score of the game, twice
Seriously, refs are actually giving this one away.
Braska is a lucky freaking school man, last year with Miller getting hurt, this year with Robinson getting hurt, and that fail of a call against Penn State.
Yep that was a td.
Grounding looked right to me tho.
Well Pelini is their coach....so they're not that lucky.
This has been happening all season in the Big Ten.
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The grounding was ok. McGloin was right on the edge of the tackle box, so I don't have a problem with it.
However, that blown TD call was not even close. WTF. Not saying we would have won, but that changes everything. I have never seen a replay decision that was so blatantly wrong.
That was a horrible call. Ball broke the plain with control, clear as day. PSU got robbed
And they got a ton of calls in the MSU game last week.
tough call coulda went ether way but once called no matter if they woulda said TD or not there was no way to over rule it, in the end Nebraska put up 32 points. even that TD wouldnt have made 32. Great Game tho. Penn St was a great team, very impressed with how much better McGloin was, and the back is a beast too... Amos is a hardass hitter also.
It was even worse than Stanford. They had an angle of the play right down the goaline and had a perfect view of the ball being COMPLETELY over the line before it was knocked out. That replay official needs to be fired immediately. Pathetic.
I won't ever blame a loss on referees (except one...the GB/Seattle game). However, I have no problem complaining about poor officiating. They're a part of the game and if they're not doing their jobs correctly (like the players), then they deserve criticism.
That was abysmal officiating. Abysmal.
What??? Why wouldn't they overrule it??? It was crystal clear!
And, the game totally changes if the give that TD to PSU. It wouldn't have been a 32 to 30 game. Maybe Nebraska drives down the field for a TD, maybe not... no one will ever know. However, it would have been a vastly different final 5 mins.
I don't know how it could be worse than Stanford...
It was. If you didn't see it, wait a day or so for it to hit the internet and take a look.
Agree. I like our odds to drive down and score but you never know. I hate games that end up with the officials being discussed more than the game itself.
Good game psu. I really hope u can stay competitive through the sanctions. I felt like this could become a damn good rivalry.
review is too blurry man, way to hard to overrule. tough to explain when We're both homers of each school but if you look at it. Its way to blury to see if the ball is moving or not when the reply is stopped. Might have been easier if the player wasnt wearing gloves because the gloves just make a big black blurry area. you cant go back against the call. Id tell you the samething if they would have called a TD there too.
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It was worse. I have no doubts it was a td.
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