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The first down call in the Michigan/USCe game and the 5th down play instantly come to mind
Someone posted this one on our board and this was probably the worst call I have ever seen.
Forget the fact that the ball didn't travel 10 yards. Oklahoma recovered the ball.
This clip is much shorter and to the point than my previous one. It is also more appealing to the eye. For the full controversy see the original clip. However, this one's pretty good on its own.
This guy is butthurt over a win.
You must have a horrible life.
I also think Moxie was outta the pocket when he got called for intentional grounding but meh
Absolutely. I was so pissed during that game.
Not knocking him personally, but I feel the same way you do. Was the call missed? IMO yes, but it was so close that I can't blame the guy for missing it. It did lead to a blocked FG returned for a TD, but it didn't cause the block FG that was led to a TD. Someone missing their block caused the blocked FG.
Besides, when we win the game, all bad calls just get erased from my memory as obviously they didn't matter.
I remember that. Big WTF moment there as well.
Ok, you win.
I still have to go with the 5 downs. Remember that was also the year Colorado won the National Championship as well.
Yeah, true. But the onside kick did have a replay official look at it. Both are terrible. The 5th down thing though is bizzare.
how many times will you come up short before getting a clue ?
I was talking about "the call" in response to the OP's question. everyone already knew Georgia is irrelevant.
right game, wrong call
Let's talk blown calls, gators. 22:16
Butch Jones. Who???
Never could get a good angle on that play, but it does look bad. It was only 2nd down, so who knows, but its close enough that I'd be upset if the roles had been reversed.
you get a great angle like a minute later in the video. He literally had the ball for a quarter of a second (enough time to bounce off your chest and hands and on the ground). The ref of that game has never coached in Neyland again due to death threats.
Not to mention it was ruled correctly on the field, but then it got overturned to that blatantly terrible call. Not very consequential but it's gotta be high up there in the "what were they thinking" category.
Do you honestly think that was the worst call in CFB ever? If so then I was correct in my response to your post.
This post was edited by DawgCommander 9 months ago
Still don't get to see it from the front angle. Only have to have possession and both feet down in the endzone.
I'm going have to rule this one controversial with a nod towards understandable why Vols would be pizzed at this one.
if bama wasn't cheated out of that win, it would have been the largest 4th quarter comeback in NCAA history (28 points)
10 Major Poll National Titles (CFB record)
35 Bowl Wins (CFB record)
72 Wins over last 6 years (CFB record)
OP does not care about college football. OP only cares about Crimson Tide and how they make him feel superior to everyone else. The world revolves around the Tide, and we all most Tide fans think college football only existed since 2009 and during the Bear years.
Bama won a title in 1992 and a bunch before Bryant even got there.
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