Washington was Screwed by Replay

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  1. Wesley

    Wesley Well-Known Member

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    #1 Wesley, Oct 6, 2013
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    First the Clones against big money LHorns.
    Big 12 issues statement on non-call of fumble in Texas-Iowa State*game | SI Wire
    Did the refs blow the fumble call during Texas vs. Iowa State? : Gamedayr

    Then the Wildcats against big money Ohio State.
    WildcatReport.com - Message Boards

    Now Washington against the big money Stanford.
    VIDEO: Pac-12 refs rule Keith Price 4th down pass to Kevin Smith incomplete | Campus Union - SI.com

    Then there was Washington against big money Nebraska in 2011:
    University of Washington Huskies Fall on Bad End of Big Call in Nebraska | Bleacher Report

    All needed big time conniving from the replay booth to save their tails.

    Then there was big money OSU again:
    Controversial call hangs over Ohio State victory

    A Bad Call And A Buzzer-Beater Sends Ohio State To The Sweet 16

    We won't visit big money KU two times because it is a knife to the heart.

    Looks like the replay booth is turning into another way for big money to win games. Is there a vegas connection to these games?
     
  2. Tornado man

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    Is there a sarcasm pirate here that I'm missing? There was no "screw job" against Washington - the ball hit the ground...
     
  3. Wesley

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    I totally disagree with you.
     
  4. Rabbuk

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    Zebras got that correct.
     
  5. cyinne

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    There was no screw job in the Washington game- the ball clearly hit the ground. As I said in another thread on a different subject- say they did get the call- you cant say for sure that Washington would have been able to get any points- they may have fumbled, interception, turnover on downs, field goal blocked, field goal missed. There were lots of opportunities for Washington to still **** it up if they did get that first down.

    Also- put away you tin foil hat and quit making up excuses to make yourself feel better about us getting the shaft. It happened, get over it. God knows I have. Life is too short to worry about petty stuff like this.
     
  6. Mr Janny

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    ??? The ball clearly hits the ground. Incomplete. No screw job on that one.
     
  7. jdoggivjc

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    Not to mention Washington historically is a "Big Money" program - moreso than Stanford.
     
  8. ISUpadre

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    Yep.

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  9. awd4cy

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    I see the nose of the football hitting the ground before he has full possession of the football. That is an incomplete pass. Looks like they got it right.
     
  10. TXCyclones

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    That ball has more grass stain than a prostitute's knees at a rest stop!
     
  11. SerenityNow

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    Ball hit the ground...can't complain about this call.
     
  12. CarlHungus

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    I'm with you Wesley. I didn't think it should have been overturned
     
  13. heitclone

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    Was watching this last night, you could clearly see the ball hit the ground and the Wr trap it. I love a good old fashioned ref bashing as much as the next guy, but this was the right call.
     
  14. Acylum

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    Agree. I don't see enough to overturn the call made on the field.
     
  15. jmb

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    Stanford endowment 18.1 billion
    u w 1.6 billion
     
  16. jdoggivjc

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    Perhaps I'm just guessing here, but I'm gonna go out on a limb and say Stanford's endowment has about as much to do with football as the CIC - absolutely nothing.
     
  17. xboxfever

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    The ball clearly hit the ground. That pass was incomplete.
     
  18. KnappShack

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    I got screwed by Fox. Entire first quarter was the Spanish feed.

    I blame Bush and Obama for that
     
  19. 3TrueFans

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    Ball hits the ground, no question, good try though, Wesleybot.
     
  20. UNIGuy4Cy

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    OSU clearly scored on that play.
     

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