The Onside Kick - In photos

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  1. ISUAgronomist

    ISUAgronomist Well-Known Member

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    #1 ISUAgronomist, Oct 8, 2011
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    Here are 3 stills from the onside kick. :skeptical:

    Approach:
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    Kicking:
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    Kicked:
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    Up close kicking:
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    Up close kicked:
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  2. JUKEBOX

    JUKEBOX Well-Known Member

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    It's pretty obvious ISU is offsides.











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  3. ISUAgronomist

    ISUAgronomist Well-Known Member

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    Now who is offsides? That's right NOBODY. I assume the staff/AD will bring this to the Conference's attention.
     
  4. huntt26

    huntt26 Well-Known Member

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    LOL thanks for sharing this disaster
     
  5. HFCS

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    That is "official statement" level bad.

    Especially considering they had only flagged the team benefitting one time the entire night.
     
  6. tim_redd

    tim_redd Well-Known Member

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    I think the Big 12 offices already issued an apology to Baylor.
     
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  7. MIClone

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    If the rules state that we have to be at least five yards behind the line of scrimage when he kicks it, then yes, we were offsides.
     
  8. CycloneWanderer

    CycloneWanderer Well-Known Member

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    I thought it was equally odd that the commentators started talking about how the kicker could be offsides and they all just went with it.
     
  9. tim_redd

    tim_redd Well-Known Member

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    Seriously, if anything that was extremely poorly timed by us.
     
  10. Die4Cy

    Die4Cy Well-Known Member

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    Kicker was across the line before he kicked it, laughably.
     
  11. geburgess

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    We were offsides because the kicker's foot was in front of the ball. It never EVER gets called, but is technically correct.
     
  12. tim_redd

    tim_redd Well-Known Member

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    No it's not.
     
  13. mj4cy

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    meh, how about we stop the run before we worry about getting screwed.
     
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  14. JUKEBOX

    JUKEBOX Well-Known Member

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    You're wrong.
     
  15. cyclonedave25

    cyclonedave25 Well-Known Member

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    FALSE. Check the rulebook.
    The kicker CANNOT be offsides.
     
  16. CyFan61

    CyFan61 Well-Known Member

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    Wrong
     
  17. Cypwr

    Cypwr Active Member

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    They were grabbing at straws because they saw the still photo on the replay and saw the same thing all of us are seeing that nobody was even close to being offsides
     
  18. sigh

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    per LAClone
    "http://www.ncaapublications.com/prod...loads/FR12.pdf

    Offside
    ARTICLE 2. After the ball is ready for play, offside occurs (Rule 7-1-5) when
    a defensive player:
    a. Is in or beyond the neutral zone when the ball is legally snapped;
    b. Contacts an opponent beyond the neutral zone before the ball is snapped;
    c. Contacts the ball before it is snapped;
    d. Threatens an offensive lineman, causing an immediate reaction, before
    the ball is snapped (A.R. 7-1-3-V Note);
    e. Crosses the neutral zone and charges toward a Team A back (A.R. 7-1-
    5-III); or
    f. Is not behind his restraining line when the ball is legally free-kicked.
    Offside occurs when one or more players of the kicking team are not behind
    their restraining line when the ball is legally free-kicked (Exception: The kicker
    and holder are not offside when they are beyond their restraining line) (Rule
    6-1-2).
     
  19. isuno1fan

    isuno1fan Well-Known Member

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    This is one of those things that could only happen to ISU.....gotta chuckle
     
  20. Yes13

    Yes13 Well-Known Member

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    I hate people that listen and believe what the announcers say. 97% of the time its just pure BS.

    Unless you were being sarcastic, in which case carry on.
     

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