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correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't it a no-call because Dial was blocking on the Clinton-Dix return?
You are 100% correct.
yea. I thought we got away with a big one until they re-showed it and it was on his return. can't believe Verne and Danielson didn't catch that. or maybe I can...
If Murray were a punter, nobody would say a word.
Exactly my friend
He definitely got his chinstrap checked
Danielson is dead ass wrong on that. That hit was within 10 yards of the ball carrier.
yes, that is correct. free game on the return. danielson went overboard saying that it was wrong and should be penalized. dial hit him in the chest with his pads.
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Danielson is wuss!!!
Murray was a defensive player.
It was a great play. That's what I like to see!
Some people bring a knife to a gun fight. Mark Richt brings a Super Soaker 2000.
Humpty dumpty and pee wee herman ALWAYS go overboard!!! They so very badly get on my nerves! I wish someone would correct them.
He was right to crush him but even if he wasn't, i'm glad he did.
The articulated that he was fair game after the interception, but he got hit in the head - which should have been called.
If you dreamed you were a sleep and you woke up, would you be awake?
Try 5 yards. Murray moped around and paid the price. Dial's hit was questionable, but legal.
yep, worth a 15 yarder either way for that kind of lick.
They're still going on about it. Saying he should be suspended for the next game. What the heck? I think the argument is that he went to the head. I thought it was awesome. Murray looked stunned on the sideline.
Vince Lombardi was asked how it felt to have the best football team in the world. He replied, I don't know. We haven't played Alabama yet.
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