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My biggest problem is that MW had NO EXCUSE to let that guy get the ball from him for ANY reason. NONE.
1960 Les Paul
Guys (and gals),
Thanks for your thoughts on this. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one that was unsure of the call. I guess this is will always be open for debate as to whether or not Williams maintained possession the entire way to the ground.
It was definitely a shame watching our guys lose on Sat night, I just hope they are able to remain focused the rest of the season. As bad as this feels I don't even want to contemplate losing to Aubie again.
Watch it for yourself. To me, Williams caught the ball with two hands, and on the way down, the ball shifts in his hands, but he does not lose control, although you could argue that he didn't COMPLETELY control it, but he certainly didn't lose his grip on the ball either. IMO the call could have gone either way and would have been upheld with whether the officials called it a catch or an INT.
LSU's Eric Reid's with an incredible jump-ball interception in a game against Alabama on November 5, 2011.
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Whatever the call on the field was it was going to stand .
both players had control when they landed. in such a case the tie goes to the offense
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