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What I'm saying is that (a) your photo doesn't show if the ball came loose before going out of bounds, and (b) your photo doesn't show Lester is clearly out of bounds, and it sure as hell doesn't show the Ole Miss guy is out of bounds. You tell me which part of an Ole MIss player your photo shows out of bounds. What I see are two Ole Miss feet in the air, one of Lester's feet in bounds, and Lester's other foot obstructed by the Ole MIss player's leg.
You're the one claiming that this photo proves they were out of bounds. Tell us which body parts you see out of bounds in that photo. I don't see any. You're trying to use a two-dimsensional photo to make a three-dimensional conclusion. Just because you see white in the photo behind feet doesn't at all tell you if they are actually touching the white or if they are in the air above or in front of the white. Plus, your photo is shot from a perpendicular angle...the worst possible angle to make a judgment from. An shot looking right down the line would give a much better indication.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by airharper 21 months ago
I never thought the ole miss defender had control of the ball before he went out of bounds, It looked to me like his foot was off the ground before he had total control of the ball. However I as someone said earlier in this post bad call usually equal out over the course of a game. I'll take the Cooper touchdown, and give them the turnover.
Coop made two sick TD catches Saturday. He basically was the offense.
The photo I posted shows both of lester's feet out of bounds, not sure how u dont see it. On his right foot, you can even see white space between his foot and the green grass. You can't really see the ole miss player out in this still, but his knee is dragging, I can grab another still when I get home to prove it.
This part of the part of the play is after the fumble when lester was clearly out of bounds even on the live video. The point was to show that lester is still touching the ball while out of bounds. Does that make the ball dead?I'm not positive on the rule. I thought you were saying that that doesn't kill the ball.
Not at all. Obviously a player touching a ball out of bounds kills the ball.
Tell me this...how can you tell from your two-dimensional photo that there isn't daylight between Lester's feet and the ground? How can you tell that they are touching the line and not in the air above or near the line? And also, if the Ole Miss player's knee is dragging, why can you clearly see the shadow of his leg under his knee?
I'm not making any assertions about whether or not Lester was in or out, or what the video showed. What I'm saying is that your photo doesn't at all show what you are trying to say it does.
This post was edited by airharper 21 months ago
Having a conversation with you is about as productive as talking to my wife, some people just want to argue.
Look at lester's left foot, it's bent and dragging. Post your email and send you a slow mo video clip.
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