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    I have been on the sidelines a lot

    but I have never heard a coach yell at the refs like CPR did at Texas without getting flagged. It was unbeleivable. It's almost like the refs knew they were trying to job us.
    He was yelling stuff like "Quit ******* being enamored by the Burnt ******* orange and make a call for us".

    It was crazy. Never seen a coach yelling stuff like that. I think he actually scared the main ref. The back judge would not even walk by our bench. Especially in the 4th quarter.


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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    LOL yeah I thought I saw him yelling his *** off cuz he couldnt get a holding call on obvious holds. Funny stuff.



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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    He had reason to be mad, they missed ALOT of holding calls on Texas's line and that OPI on Franklin was bad. Also, it looked to me like his intesnity translated to player intensity-- so keep ridin' those refs CPR!



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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    Well good, I'm glad. There refs were jobbing us ALL game. Glad to have a coach who is willing to point it out to them. It's always nice to see him chasing them down and chewing them out. It keeps the though that we could let him off the leash at any point in the back of their minds.



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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    I'm glad he did that. I also think the players see that and it gets them more fired up as well.


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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    I like it. I always felt like Mac was afraid of ruining his "nicest coach in the conference" status and didn't stick up for us enough. We were clearly getting jobbed on Saturday and PR made a stink about it. It's great to have a coach that will stick up for his team and his program.



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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    Quote Originally Posted by Clonefan32 View Post
    He had reason to be mad, they missed ALOT of holding calls on Texas's line and that OPI on Franklin was bad. Also, it looked to me like his intesnity translated to player intensity-- so keep ridin' those refs CPR!
    This was one of the worst calls I've ever seen. We had so much momentum at the time. I'm convinced it would've been 35-21 w/o that travesty. But whatever, in Austin you have to beat 12...we did.


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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    Quote Originally Posted by ca4cy View Post
    I like it. I always felt like Mac was afraid of ruining his "nicest coach in the conference" status and didn't stick up for us enough. We were clearly getting jobbed on Saturday and PR made a stink about it. It's great to have a coach that will stick up for his team and his program.
    Reminded me of a BBall coach or two we used to have, loved it! Two of their long pass plays should have been called back from what I saw, I didn't go back and double check though.



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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    I just like the intensity...he cares about his players, this program, and it shows.


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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    With the way the officials were obviously pro-Texas, I'm surprised CPR did not get flagged for his outbursts.




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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    Quote Originally Posted by RING4CY View Post
    With the way the officials were obviously pro-Texas, I'm surprised CPR did not get flagged for his outbursts.
    I was too. I guess they knew he had a legit ****** too.


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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    He lost his freaking mind in the final few minutes when the scorekeeper didn't start the clock for about 5 seconds after the official signaled for it to start. Ran about 5 yards onto the field right by the official, threw his hat onto the ground. Couldn't believe he didn't get penalized.



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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    Quote Originally Posted by RING4CY View Post
    With the way the officials were obviously pro-Texas, I'm surprised CPR did not get flagged for his outbursts.
    And take the chance of him melting their faces with his stare? No way.



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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    Quote Originally Posted by ca4cy View Post
    I like it. I always felt like Mac was afraid of ruining his "nicest coach in the conference" status and didn't stick up for us enough. We were clearly getting jobbed on Saturday and PR made a stink about it. It's great to have a coach that will stick up for his team and his program.
    This x 1000.

    Two things that bug me the most is 1. We play poorly because we did not play hard. 2. We get jobbed by the officials and it appears intentional.



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    Re: I have been on the sidelines a lot

    Quote Originally Posted by Knownothing View Post
    but I have never heard a coach yell at the refs like CPR did at Texas without getting flagged. It was unbeleivable. It's almost like the refs knew they were trying to job us.
    He was yelling stuff like "Quit ******* being enamored by the Burnt ******* orange and make a call for us".

    It was crazy. Never seen a coach yelling stuff like that. I think he actually scared the main ref. The back judge would not even walk by our bench. Especially in the 4th quarter.


    I freaking love this post.

    Yeah CPR!! Way to stand up for ISU. These "big time" schools get too many calls wayyyy to often.

    Yeah!



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