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Check out Division III's Chapman punter William James completely flop after his kick and act hurt, drawing a flag from the ref during Saturday's game against Linfield College. Once he gets the flag, James pops up celebrating and sprints to the sidelines pumping his fists. That's when the ref picked up the flag...



Come on, kid.
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lsuohiofan105 months
D3 ref too!
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GeeOH105 months
There's no reason to get that pumped up anyway...your a D3 punter
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Quatre Pot105 months
"I've always thought a flop (or any overacting) should be an unsportsmanlike penalty. Same goes for basketball - any overacting or flopping should be an immediate technical foul"
In High School basketball, flopping can result in a tech. It's at the discretion of the ref
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Chicken105 months
sounds like a big crowd for a Div 3 game...
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Placebeaux105 months
Soccer players. Keep that crap in world cup where it belongs. Although he could probably play DT for Alabama with those acting skills.
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy105 months
FIFA needs to enforce the standing rule that faking a foul is worthy of a yellow card
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LSUsmartass105 months
I'm confused, it looked like contact to me...do they flag contacting the punter or the punter's injury? Picking up the flag seems like BS to me.
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olddawg26105 months
he's a pussy and they should penalize him for unsportsmanlike conduct, but also the rule is you can't touch the punter... Offsetting penalties.
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atltiger6487105 months
I've always thought a flop (or any overacting) should be an unsportsmanlike penalty. Same goes for basketball - any overacting or flopping should be an immediate technical foul.
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LSUtigers111105 months
He should be forced to report to soccer practice
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SG_Geaux105 months
Idiot
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