Didn’t read the article...but the answer is no.
Sucks he's leaving....hopefully TJ Hammonds can make some plays and help Treylon with the running game.
It is kind of confusing...They rank "Athlete" as a position. Which just means he could play a lot of places. So of the players ranked in the "Athlete" position he is 40th in the country. Of all the players/positions in Georgia, he is ranked 46th overall.
I’ll admit that the call against LSU didn’t cost us the game but the one at the end of the Auburn game sure did.
I think slim. We would love to have him back, but he's got a baseball contract on the table.
The didn't...thank God. At least I didn't see it if they did.
I agree Justa...taking the field goal and being within one score was the obvious play. Also Chaney reminded me why he frustrated me while he was here...questionable calls on short yardage situations.
Stop trolling...Beliema was at Arkansas for 5 years, was that not enough time to establish an identity? As far as Morris, if you actually watched our program when he was here you wouldn’t say that. It takes a lot to get fired at Arkansas after 2 years and he checked all the boxes and then some.
So the update is, maybe he’ll play....nice update.
I actually watched this holding call that you said “was missed” and it wasn’t even that bad. The fact you are comparing it to the kickoff touch is laughable.
Yeah, I can make a judgement based on an opinion...happens all the times. Actually all opinions are judgements, otherwise they would be facts. Pretty simple.
So you are adding points to your score when the kickoff touch happened....wow
What do you mean that wouldn’t have put them up 8? It was 28-27 Ole Miss was kicking off. TD plus extra point puts them up 8. I never said that there was a conspiracy theory for Auburn. Just one team benefited more today from an obvious blown call.
Being up 7 with a half left and being up 8 with 6 minutes left is different. I will give you the fact that there was still time for Ole Miss to do something to win the game. Yet, where I don’t agree is that because there was a holding call missed it cancels out a more obvious error by the officials and replay both. Auburn benefited more from that than Ole Miss did on the holding call in my opinion.
I can make the judgment...it’s an opinion I have. You can disagree though.
So if you saw the bad play and could change would you? Because that could have actually happened here. Why didn’t it? That’s why it’s worse.
The fact that they did nothing is the main point and why it’s worse..because they saw the finger move like everyone else did and did nothing, and hence ignored the rules. That’s why it’s worse than a holding call. I’m not going to give the booth credit for just watching the blown call like that is enough
You’re right...some calls are worse than others. That’s all I’m saying. As far as the replay booth..you saw the replay what did you see? Probably the same thing everyone else did.
No obviously you don’t understand...I get that bad calls happen. If it’s a judgement call I get it, but when replay officials have a chance to change an obvious bad call and make it right but do nothing....That goes above and beyond. Especially late in the game like that. You are talking about a non reviewable call that happened at the first play of the half. As far as still being mad we lost..I guess. It’s irrelevant to this discussion and you trying to justify this call.
You’re delusional...not all blown calls are the same. It was obvious and everyone watching the replay(which could have been overturned unlike holding) knew it. You got lucky. It’s ok. Admit it.
There have been plenty of blown holding calls...but the refs and replay officials ignoring something obvious is another. Quit acting like it’s the same thing.
There is a difference and a holding call and refs and replay officials ignoring the rules of the game....again
"Seemed like the right call to me"....are you serious??? It was obvious.
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I’m reading different but in the end it doesn’t matter...So you’re saying the refs screwed up the call on the field and on replay and they are now trying to just clarify the rule so it doesn’t happen again?
Everything I’m reading is saying that they will now consider any recovery within the play when reviewing calls. Is that a big enough change for you?
Actually you don’t...they made changes based on the call. That’s what the article says and it’s true. Don’t really understand the argument. Because it won’t take affect until later it’s not changed yet? That’s dumb. Why does it matter when it’s changed? It still will be because we got robbed.
I did...changed the rule. Please do more research.
A new guideline isn’t changes..so if I added something to a law it isn’t changed?? Come on...