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The difference between giving the returner the opportunity to catch vs fair catch is minor but important. I’ll Bleed Red White And Blue Til I Die Shirt. There are also other cool/unusual/misunderstood things that can happen on punts… for example, if an untouched kick touches a K player (illegal touch), instead of the K player possessing it (which stops the play at that spot), and no other penalties occur on that play, R gets the option of taking the play as it stands or taking the ball at the spot of the illegal touch. Had this play a few years ago: K kicks the ball, R moves away and lets it roll, K touches the ball, thinking it’ll go dead, the R returner is smart and grabs the ball and starts running… The moral of the story (and the coach was surprisingly great about it): special teams players need to possess the ball or stay away from it.
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And especially the disproportionate number of calls against Texas compared to OSU. Official I’ll Bleed Red White And Blue Til I Die Shirt. Anytime Texas got any momentum going, out came the flags. T-shirt design near me. And a bunch of times when OSU was stalling, out came the flags again to keep their drives going. Pretty much everyone who watched the full game agrees with you. I think that the refs having a bad day is an excellent way of putting it. I’ve reffed games in other sports in my life, and these kinds of things happen. You make a bad call, a coach and the crowd screams at you, and you just start thinking in ways you shouldn’t, and the performance ends up being sub-par. Feels like shit when it happens, it really does.
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Your comment is spot on. I’ll Bleed Red White And Blue Til I Die Shirt. There seems to be sympathy from most people on r/cfb as far as the idea that Texas was the victim of a very bad day for the referees. However, there is no sympathy (and rightly so, in my opinion) for the claim that the game was rigged. I don’t believe the game was rigged. I simply believe it was a case of refs needing a power trip. Each call got the crowd more and more riled up and they wanted to take control of the game. Considering the head ref was the same one who flagged Baylor last year for over 200 yards in one game, and was quoted as saying hearing the boos for his calls was “awesome” in another, it just feels like he and his crew allow emotions to dictate their calls too often. But the Big 12 doesn’t care for some reason and thinks they did a good job.
It’s more the fact that a lot of these calls maybe probably could have should have been penalties on Texas. I’ll Bleed Red White And Blue Til I Die Shirt. I’d say they were really 50/50 calls. But when every single 50/50 call goes against Texas, and they all happen to be critical plays that resulted in touchdowns or turnovers, it just really feels like shit reffing. It’s like you didn’t understand my post at all. I’m saying every play was probably justified in a vacuum, but when you look at the aggregate of the calls in the context of a game it was kind of baffling. I’m going to assume you weren’t watching. I think this is a fair point. In that game, they seemed to be shooting themselves in the foot on each drive.