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A even worse call was the personal foul on the Stanford on Golston he wasn't sliding or down. That gave them a first down and in FG range.
I know, right? How dare I come in and prove you wrong about something, yet again! Man, I should just, as you so eloquently put it, "shut the fvck up."
Pretty much what I saw. The whistle never blew that bs to even say it did because it didn't.
I've never said ND was championship caliber.
Our offense needs lots of work to make us a strong contender
3 time POTW, member since 2006, MLWTI: 4-3
The final play even went to review to determine when Taylor's forward progress was stopped. The call on the field was upheld. It was high drama until the very end.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
I will let it slide since it was you. We cool.
Ball was positioned on the goal line while Taylor's elbow simultaneously hit the ground.
Coming from the guy who defends Obamas record
I don't think any right minded ND fan has.
But the whistle didn't blow.
An official blowing the pay dead simultaneously gives a visual signal.
That didn't happen before the ball broke the plane
My bad, you just told a guy to "shut the fvck up" when he said ND wasn't championship caliber. Clearly your response would indicate that you actually agreed with him, I mean, there was absolutely no other way to interpret you telling someone to "shut the fvck up."
So says the ND hater....
Instant replay saw the elbow down
At least if Obama wins the election it won't be because the refs handed it to him.
If you saw his other post he's just out to bash ND
Well apparently the officials disagree with your expert analysis. Must be a P12 conspiracy to make Stanford lose.
Mike Pereira @MikePereira
We have looked at ND/STA last play from every angle & feel that it is a TD. Progress was not ruled & runner was not down. Ball broke plain.
EDIT: Already posted.
This post was edited by Hesel 18 months ago
2nd call that cost a team a W (Texas fumbled at the goaline/didnt score vs Okie Lite)
Yep, that's absolutely my objective. It couldn't possibly be that I think Stanford actually did get screwed, and everyone from Stepfan Taylor to Mike Pereira (with the exception of ND fans) agrees.
The officials disagree.
It will be the help of voter fraud
Because officials always make the correct call. See: Seattle vs Green Bay.
@ people who think it was called correctly.
I forgot that officials are totally infallible and ordained by God to be perfect.
In other words -
@ ND fanbase
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