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why even have officials that review plays if they are going to botch a call that bad. Amplified by how awful we look this call set me into a fit of rage. Those officials should be fired on the spot, and kicked in the nuts repeatedly .
Agree that the call was awful, but this game should have never been this close. Lots of improvements to be made. And think of it this way, we can still get to the rose bowl.....
Reminds me of the Fresno State BS when they reversed that fumble that nearly changed the game. The ref needed to at least explain that he felt No. 8 didn't touch the ball, which he didn't. Therefore the booth completely blew that call.
Bielema preaches that you see the most improvement between weeks one and two... I didn't see a lot of improvement today, in fact I felt we went backwards.
What irritated me the most was that Bret didn't blow up at the refs after reversing the call. He was like we'll ok let's just look like an idiot. If the ball came backwards than there is no way our player can hit it first. Also I'd like to see him get pissed off when a player makes a stupid play....ala Danny's int
BB said that he didnt have a good view of the play and it wasnt until after the game did he find out.
So coaches in box can't look at tv's????????????? B.S.
Who cares how the onsides went. We're a bad football team. Oregon State shit on us for 60 minutes. At least now we're prepared to lose at least 3 conference games... We'll lose at Nebraska, 1 of 2 to OSU/MSU, and get upset on the road another time.
The referee guru in the studio said after seeing the overhead view, one of the first replays, that he felt there was clear indication that the first person to touch it was the UW kicker. And he touched it early.
And then he got on Twitter and took back what he said. At the very least there was zero "indisputable" evidence.
Problem with perierra is that he is incorrect nearly 50% of the the when asked in the studio. I am always blown away how he was the head of the refs and is wrong so often. Also he pointed out that the osu player possibly touched the ball, but not until the 4th or 5th replay he saw.
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