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    ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    From their game summare:

    "Two key booth reviews also aided the Bears, who ran for 391 yards and won their fourth in a row at home."


    If ESPN says something about it, there must be something there.


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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Ok, maybe not, but it makes me feel vindicated.


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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Yes, it is the refs' faults that Baylor ran for 391 yards against us. They should have been tackling the ball carriers for us.



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugs4ISU View Post
    Yes, it is the refs' faults that Baylor ran for 391 yards against us. They should have been tackling the ball carriers for us.
    Well, it would have been nice if the umpire would have tripped Ganaway once or twice.




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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugs4ISU View Post
    Yes, it is the refs' faults that Baylor ran for 391 yards against us. They should have been tackling the ball carriers for us.
    Just shut it and give me a hug.



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugs4ISU View Post
    Yes, it is the refs' faults that Baylor ran for 391 yards against us. They should have been tackling the ball carriers for us.
    Like I've said before. They weren't the only reason we lost, but they were a part of it. Gotta admit that fumble by RGIII was a big reason why we lost that game. I think people have seen terrible officiating in 3 games in a row now and just sick of it.



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    giving up 49 is a joke oh wait the refs did that to



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugs4ISU View Post
    Yes, it is the refs' faults that Baylor ran for 391 yards against us. They should have been tackling the ball carriers for us.
    That's not what he said, and I don't think anyone believes that, but it's ignorant to think the refs don't dictate the momentum of the game. Who knows what would have happened if we got that onside kick or if RG3 fumbled. Maybe Baylor still would have came back and beat us soundly, or maybe they would have been crushed mentally.



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    That tuck rule was the turning point in the game



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Who cares how many yards they ran through a ten mile wide hole in the D line? ISU was in this game at least. The refs just made sure that they lost. I still think that they are quietly paid off by someone in Vegas ...



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Quote Originally Posted by UNIGuy4Cy View Post
    That tuck rule was the turning point in the game
    Agree 100%



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Quote Originally Posted by UNIGuy4Cy View Post
    That tuck rule was the turning point in the game
    this.

    Also, you either take away the deep ball from RG3(which we did), or stop the run. Tough to do both against this team.



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Something needs to happen to these terrible refs screwing teams over like us and Toledo!!!



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Quote Originally Posted by UNIGuy4Cy View Post
    That tuck rule was the turning point in the game
    Disagree. Jantzs fumble was the turning point.



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    Re: ESPN even noticed the officiating...

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckd4735 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by UNIGuy4Cy View Post
    That tuck rule was the turning point in the game
    Disagree. Jantzs fumble was the turning point.
    Disagree. RJesus3's tuck rule call was the turning point.



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