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This is the one that came to my mind but I couldn't remember what year it was. The ball bounced at least two feet in front of him. It wasnt even close.
But we are not of those who shrink back and are destroyed, but of those who have faith and preserve their souls.
the 95 Auburn game when Curtis Brown was called out of bounds and wasn't
Eat clean. Train Hard.
Preston Gothard's catch in State College, Penn, 1983. He was/we were robbed by a partisan official.
I think Cadell had one taken away from him, too. There were so many iffy calls that went against us that day. They overturned 8-10 calls on the field.
I don't remember the year, I'm pretty sure it was in the late 90s. Iron bowl when during the final seconds Bama hit a TD pass in the end zone that would have gave us the win, but the officials ruled that it was out of bounds, but the replay clearly showed the Bama WR getting his foot down before going out of bounds. Anybody else remember the play and the year?
This post was edited by IBELIEVE85 11 months ago
The price of victory is high, but so are the rewards.
Can't remember what year but the Freddy Kitchen's pass to end zone at Auburn that was called incomplete stands out as one of the worst calls to me
I don't even need to read this thread to know all the old guys are going to say '83 PSU and I am going to say LSU 2004
RIP Lil Julio
Some thoughts on this interesting thread................
I have never been nearly as up in arms over LSU 2004 as some of the others. First, Bama was having an average year by our standards. LSU was a better team, that play happened fairly early in the 3rd quarter I believe, and I think LSU would still have won the game in all likelihood.
Also, I thought Webster interfered, but Brown did not fight for the ball with a lot of physicality.
The Gothard play would have been probably our greatest comeback in history, and one of the very few greatest in all of College Football.
The Namath and Clements plays had National titles on the line.
To me the Brown play was a badly missed call during the game, but there was still a lot of Football to be played. It changed momentum, but it could have been overcome. And this was a game that really had no Title implications for Bama -jmo
agree on all of that. I don't think e Namath and Bo over the top plays are clear enough to make this list. The PI on Castille during the same drive was a worse call than giving Bo the TD in the 82 Auburn game.
Concur as well. Now, I believe Joe when he says he scored, but that is a grainy film that would be inconclusive today. I also think Bo was stuffed at the top, but again, hard to see definitive prof - think he just got the call.
And the Castille PI deserved to be mentioned - he just made a play on a Campbell pass and picked it off, as he had the same right to go after the ball as the aub receiver. Terrible call - we out gained auburn something like 440 to 200 yards that day and lost
I don't know about that, but the same ref failed to call a Penn State RB out of bounds on the way to a TD in another game that year (Nebraska?). Somebody drew a cartoon of Penn State's field with a chunk taken out of the end zone where Gothard caught the ball and added to the sideline where the Penn State runner stepped out.
I was born in 94 so ive never seen that Penn State call but that is just flat out cheating. Unbelievable. I hope that ref got fired and never officiated a football game the rest of his life.
That low life piece of sh*t JoePa probably knew the ref was an uncle of a player but didnt say anything. Wish he were still alive so i could punch him in his huge nose. Hes an absolute disgrace to football.
They reviewed 4 plays in that game and every one went against UA and for Lsux in that game.
And what made it worse is that shitass Tim Brando didn't have the stones to say what everyone was thinking when they saw the replay. He is the worst human being on the planet.
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