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NorthTxLSU
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Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
After the pass to smith was called incomplete, and then overturned and ruled a catch, the refs put the ball on the wrong 45. I know it was discussed briefly during the game thread, but how the frick does not a single coach notice that and say something to the officials. It’s dog shite officiating obviously, but how does that go unnoticed? I didn’t even see smith, who made the damn catch, try to speak to a ref to see what was up.

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LSU Neil
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
Makes you wonder


Jamohn
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
The commentators talked extensively and laughed about it. Incredibly low-rent work by the officials.


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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
Not a great weekend for officials across the country.


NorthTxLSU
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
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The commentators talked extensively and laughed about it. Incredibly low-rent work by the officials.



Admittedly, I didn’t even notice. But you would think at least ONE coach (who should be completely locked into the game) would notice something that egregious


Lebowski
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
How much does LSU pay its coaching staff? And not one noticed?

Solid.
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NorthTxLSU
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
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How much does LSU pay its coaching staff? At not one noticed?

Solid.



Saban would have ran on the field and threw his headset at one of the refs


tigre704
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
it stunned me and I can't believe o hasn't been asked about it. how do you not see that up in the coaches box at least?


e-- I mean if you really think about it, you start to wonder what the communication is like on the headset. because its so hard to believe not a single person noticed that.
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Chicken
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
no coach or player...or referee caught that...very weird.


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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
Go back and watch the UCLA game, the clock wasn’t stopping on 1st downs most of the time and nobody noticed that either.


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Rtowntiger
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
It’s more upsetting to me that the coaches didn’t catch it.


Tigrdynasty
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
Isn't Frank Wilson considered a Coach O "disciple"? That explains it for me


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Yippie_Ky_yae
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
Needs to be a question for Coach O at TJ ribs…


Imber
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
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Needs to be a question for Coach O at TJ ribs…


Gotta put it on me. We’ll get it fixed.


transcend
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Makes you wonder


Glitch in the Matrix? Are we all living in a simulation?

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BPTiger
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
SEC officiating this year has been absolute dogshit. It is unbelievable how bad it has been. A comedy of errors except it’s not funny. It’s crazy.

Here is a list of errors copy/paste from The Athletic. I don’t feel like editing it so either don’t read it or don’t bitch about the formatting.




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The SEC has to deal with its officiating crisis Targeting? Pass interference? An untimely hold? These are all judgment calls left to officials, people who study the rulebook each year and try to apply it the best they can. But “What down is it?” is usually a question with a clear answer that doesn’t require any judgment. And yet, the SEC crew presiding over Auburn’s trip to Penn State missed it, causing a down to disappear and prompting the Nittany Lions to punt on third down. Worse, the replay booth confirmed the error committed on the field. The SEC acknowledged the mistake afterward, saying it was discovered during the following media timeout. By that time, there was no way to correct it. It didn’t decide the game, but a mistake earlier in the day elsewhere had a much bigger impact. The SEC crew officiating Mississippi State’s trip to Memphis began to rule a downed punt dead before Memphis’ Calvin Austin sprinted in, scooped up the ball on a heady, risk-free play and returned it 94 yards for a touchdown to put the Tigers up 28-17 with 5:36 to play in a game they eventually won, 31-29. “The inadvertent signal aspect of the play is reviewable and replay should have stopped the game to review for a potential inadvertent signal,” the SEC said in a statement just after the game was completed. “The subsequent review would have placed the ball at the spot where the signal was made.” Additionally, a review found Memphis should have been penalized for having two players on the punt return team wearing No. 4. The apology will do nothing to soothe Mike Leach and the Bulldogs, who can fairly wonder “What if?” after the egregious error. “We’ll have to look at that on film,” Leach said. “And maybe some others will, too.” I’ve never subscribed to theories about one conference’s officiating versus another. Every league’s fans believe their conference’s officiating is the worst. But there’s no way to erase those two errors, which badly erode the league’s credibility moving forward. The most concerning element is the replay booth failed to correct both, despite the opportunity to do so, plus the discovery of a second error in the Mississippi State game. There’s no way to fix it, but in situations like these, especially ones that influence the game in such an acute manner, making promises to improve in the future seems meaningless. And yet, what else is there to say?
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Nix to Twillie
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
103 yard drive.


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Tigahs24Seven
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
That is straight up Leslie Miles type shite right there.


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RBTiger
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re: Refs spot ball on wrong 45, how the hell does not a single coach notice?
Nice pick up! Clown world stuff!

So a 93 yard scoring drive became 103 yards!

Glad this did not happen in SEC Play!


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