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Was it a touchdown or wasn't it?? Certainty looked good here from the field but obviously I don't trust B1G refs to get instant replays correct. Let me know
Juggled it. Took about four views to see it.
When it's a chance to take away a touchdown from PSU they get it right. It was not a TD.
The refs did a good job for the most part. That was the right call. But it still amazes me they didn't get that Nebraska TD right.
I think they got the call right in the end, he bobbled it while out of bounds.
NO WAY they had indisputable evidence. Just glad OB and REF got face to face.
I'm with you on this one... Feet were planted then he bobbled it as he fell out of bounds... No catch... The refs actually got this one right...
I thought it was clear and the right call. He was bobbling the ball as his feet dragged out. It funny though that refs had enough evidence to overturn the Moseby-Felder TD and not the Lehman TD vs Nebraska. I thought the Lehman TD was just as clear.
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I thought relatively speaking, Witvoet did an OK job. Which is a strange sentence for me to type.
What about the block in the back on PSU second kickoff that was picked up?
From the stands it looked like an obvious call. BO'B was pretty hot about that one too. I think that was the call/non-call that lit the fuse.
I didn't have the ability to rewind, but someone else did and said that it was the correct call.
Seemed like the right call to me. BMF needs to learn how to catch.
I thought it was likely that he was juggling it. But you had to combine the backside camera view with the frontside camera angle. And the frontside showed the bobble but not the feet clearly while the backside showed the feet but not the bobble. You really could not get an absolute defintive conclusion. So while i thought it was likely not a catch in bounds I agree with the poster above who said it was not indisputable evidence. That basically means there is zero doubt. I don't think the camera angles allowed for it to be indisputable.
Compare that to the touchdown call at Nebraska. That seemed 100% to me a touchdown. So if the same definition of indisputable exists I don't know how you don't maintain the call on the field.
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