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Not that it matters now, but I was furious last night when the clock stopped. Hill did not get out of bounds, and the ref gave the signal to keep moving the clock.
On the radio broadcast, Eli or Phil said that Hill may have lost the ball out of bounds at the very end of the play. I couldn't really tell, watching it on TV.
I was screaming about the same thing last night. No first down not out of bounds clock keeps running.
Fumbled the ball out of bounds.
The ref that was right there signaled him down in bounds so the clock should have kept running unless another ref overruled which I didn't see.
I was upset too. Looking back at it though. It just allowed D. Square to get a sack and hit Mettenberger one last time. We were getting great pressure rushing 3 on their last possession. Dickson especially.
Hill was hurt, referee stopped clock then hill hot up and limped off. Announcers pointed it out
10 seconds should have been took off the clock if that's the case
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Exactly what happened! Guys need to listen to the game instead of speculating.
what he said! Rule plainly states that 10 seconds should have been run off the clock if the team had no timeouts left.
"Never argue with an idiot; they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience."
Guess I was hollering too loud by that time to hear the announcers.
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Hill fumbled out of bounds... I believe Chris said the same in another thread. As was posted earlier, if he was injured, there would've had to have been a 10 second run off.
This post was edited by JSSJ814 17 months ago
Sure, because Verne is always right.
I just noticed this as well. It had to be some homecooking. Even when the ref signaled for the clock to start, it didn't start until Mettenberger was getting sacked.
Yep. I saw that too, it seemed like the clock sat on 13 seconds for an eternity...and then BOOM, down goes Mettenberger.
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