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L S Usetheforce
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The corner end zone nullified TD

So help me out here…..I was in the stadium and everyone in there thought we were going to a one possession game. It didn’t even look close to not being a TD on the Jumbotron.

Was their a view we missed that y’all saw on tv? They reviewed that thing in less than 30 seconds so it must not have been close.
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SulphursFinest
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
That wasn’t a catch. You can’t drop that.


L S Usetheforce
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
So he dropped it? Cause he caught it on the screen shot they showed? Did he drop it going to the ground?
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themunch
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
Boy was worried about his fall and then let the ball go.

Was ruled no catch I would assume do to contact and then the ball came out.

His knee was not down right?

He did however have two steps before he let it go.

What is the rule on two steps is enough for a football move?

If he had just rolled and took the tumble.
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TopWaterTiger
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
The one where he dropped it going to the ground.

Not as bad as Lacey’s 2 drops!


themunch
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
Lacy held on after getting blasted. Props to him.


SulphursFinest
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
It was a catch in the end zone but he lost it going to the ground. Not really sure how he lost it, it’s like he just let it go.

Im not sure about the rule, but I would have been livid if that were called a TD against us.


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notbilly
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
They talked about how it could go either way. He was an “upright” receiver when he got the ball so he didn’t have to retain possession through the fall. But it was so close that it wasn’t being over turned. Personally, I though it could be a catch but he laid the ball down as he was hitting the ground.


LaPride55
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
The bigger issue is that the throw was late.


JYD
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
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That wasn’t a catch. You can’t drop that.


2 feet down inbounds then 2 steps out of bounds then ball comes out. If that’s not a catch then the rule needs to be changed.

What does it matter what happens 5 yards out of bounds after 2 feet down inbounds and 2 down out of bounds with possession?


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ibleedprplngld
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
Didn’t complete the catch to the ground. Pretty text book.

There was an interesting bit about being an “upright” receiver on the broadcast, but they were definitely not going to overturn the call on the field.
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33inNC
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
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The bigger issue is that the throw was late.


This is what I said too. Throw the ball on time and you have no issue.


SulphursFinest
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
Also true, but also a routine catch.


L S Usetheforce
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
I see so he lost it going to the ground. They didn’t show that in the stadium.


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jeffsdad
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
No, not text book at all. He was an upright receiver that caught the ball. and took 2 more step. by rule it was a td and the refs blew the initial call.


im4LSU
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
The thing I cant justify is how is that not a catch when its a td if a runner leaps, extends the ball, hits the corner pylon then loses the ball out of bounds.

They dont have to maintain possession. Once the ball breaks the plane and is possessed, the play is over and its a td.


atltiger6487
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
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He did however have two steps before he let it go.

What is the rule on two steps is enough for a football move?

If he had just rolled and took the tumble.
It wasn't a football move. He caught it and immediate got knocked down.

In that situation, a receiver must maintain control all the way through contact with the ground. He didn't.


monsterballads
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
The refs fricked up that call


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Dubaitiger
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
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Didn’t complete the catch to the ground. Pretty text book.


No!! He was an upright receiver, and should not have to survive the catch to the ground. He was not diving for the damned football. He caught it with his feet inbounds while upright. The guy hit him and pushed him out. He took a couple of steps trying to keep his balance then his right knee hit the ground then its like he just lay the ball on the ground... I hope he did not do that on purpose like a "drop the mic" moment because that kind of arrogance cost us a score.

That should have been a TD, upright WR!!!! And then the knew hits then he casually lays it down.


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uptowntiger84
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re: The corner end zone nullified TD
He wasn't airborne. That's when that rule matters. He was flat footed meaning catch the ball and its a touchdown. Just like if he was running into the endzone as soon as the ball crosses the goal line it doesn't matter what happens after.


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