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Ohio State, Ryan Day befuddled over critical calls in Fiesta Bowl loss to Clemson

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    Of all tge calls that have gone the Bucknut way, they can never complain about bad calls. The “won” a National Championship on one
     
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    They won a natty
     
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    All of this in this thread doesn't matter. Tonight the Gators play Virginia and that is what really matters.:Biggrin
     
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    Go Gators
     
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    Yes, and I hate the gators
     
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    I like them one time a year, when they play UGA
     
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    Youre killing me man
     
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    I'll say it for everyone's blessing and edification:

    ROLL TIDE ROLL!!!
     
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    Once you cross the goal line with possession of the ball, it does not matter if the ground jars the ball loose. The official call was wrong.
    It doesn't bother me because I am not an ohio fan, but the replay officials blew that call.
     
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    It does matter. You misunderstand the rules. The catch has to be completed. Crossing the goal line with a secured ball is a touchdown. Maintaining possession of the ball until the catch PROCESS is completed is essential for a catch. No catch, no touchdown. The ground cant cause a fumble, but it can cause an incompletion. The process of the catch must be completed, the goal line is irrelevant.
    You do realize a replay committe at SEC headquarters made the call. They have the rule right. You watch much SEC football? They consistently call plays like that incompletions.
     
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    Roll Tide! Except when yall play Clemson.
     
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    He had possession while crossing the goal line. Anything after that doesn't matter. If he ran it over it would not matter if he fumbles after crossing the goal line. This is the same for a pass that is caught outside the end zone and then passes across the goal line. As soon as the ball passes the line as a caught ball, it is a touchdown.
    Refs blew the call.
     
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    Go Tigers! Auburn Tigers!
     
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    You simply have no comprehension of football rules.
    If you read your last line, you there admit you are wrong. "As a caught ball.". To have a caught ball, the process of the catch has to be complete.
    Move the play ahead 2 yards. Say the exact same thing happened completely in the end zone. You wouldnt even be arguing. What you are saying is that if a ball hits a receivers hands in the endzone, its a catch.
     
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    It was complete as soon as he crossed the end zone.
     
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    No. Nothing about the goal line magically completes a pass. You dont get to make up rules.
     
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    That article deals with balls on the sideline or balls thrown into the end zone. In the ohio case, the ball was caught outside the end zone, then carried into the end zone, then the ball hits the ground. It's like a running back crossing the plain and then having the ground cause a fumble. Once the ball crosses the end zone it's a touchdown.
    So, your article doesn't account for this situation.
     
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