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Title: If this crew isnít going to review that last play for targeting
Post by: Creek Walker on September 29, 2018, 11:38:58 EDT
might as well throw out the rule. That was textbook.


Title: Re: If this crew isnít going to review that last play for targeting
Post by: crockettman on September 30, 2018, 01:07:10 EDT
Yep..We trying to protect players..oh wait you're Tennessee..Never mind.. :confused:


Title: Re: If this crew isnít going to review that last play for targeting
Post by: BanditVol on September 30, 2018, 02:11:16 EDT
Yeah.  they had just called unsportsmanlike.  Refs don't like to call twice in a row on a home team.  Bunch of p---sies.


Title: Re: If this crew isnít going to review that last play for targeting
Post by: JeffCountyVolFan on September 30, 2018, 04:44:02 EDT
We didn't lose this game because of the officials, but there were several really questionable "no-calls" in this game.

On the Fromm fumble that bounced into the TE's hands and led to a score, there was a clear and blatant block in the back.  There was also a pretty obvious hold on the same play, although holding is called less and less each season it seems so this one isn't so surprising.

The no-call on the targeting blow was so obvious.  To not even stop play to review that hit is inexcusable.  It makes the rule completely ridiculous.

Lastly, the holding that was flagged and then "picked up" looked to me to be an obvious call.

I'm not one to bash officials.  They have a tough job.  It just seemed to me that we came up on the short end of several obvious calls today.


Title: Re: If this crew isnít going to review that last play for targeting
Post by: Creek Walker on September 30, 2018, 05:11:20 EDT
There was also a VERY obvious hold at the point of attack on the long run that set up UGA's final touchdown after the fumble.