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(Deadspin)   Not news: Refs miss a safety call. Fark: Missed it by five yards   ( deadspin.com) divider line
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2013-11-07 12:04:07 PM  
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Oh good, I get to be the first to make the Get Smart reference:

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::looks upthread::

darn, missed it by *that* much.
2013-11-07 11:07:36 AM  
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2013-11-07 08:49:10 PM  
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2013-11-07 02:53:51 PM  
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Uh, yeah. It's great to be here, Ref. Um.. listen, I just wanted to know, um.. are you totally blind, or just legally blind.. uh.. so that, you know, you can make out shapes and degrees of light, you know, that kind of thing?
2013-11-07 01:47:20 PM  
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Shame Us: Of course, an argument could be made that maybe the opposing coach should have had his QB just run back and kneel down in the endzone on their next play. I have no problem that he didn't, but I'd think it'd be the right thing to do.

The ref probably would have then given him a touchdown.
2013-11-07 12:31:17 PM  
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cameroncrazy1984: exick: cameroncrazy1984: AND missed it on replay too, I think. I didn't read tfa to check

No replay. I don't think safety calls are reviewable in the NCAA.

That makes zero sense whatsoever.

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