BLS: ..Referee = A Trigger Word in Chapel Hill

OFFSIDES
BobLee
December06/ 2015

Being reminded recently of the fragile snowflake-like sensitivities of (some) Chapel Hillians…. in fear 24/7 of Trigger Words and the Refereesurgent need for Safe Places…. uttering the words “ACC REFEREE” would surely be a Hate Crime today on Franklin Street.

It is a certainty that more than one TruBlue lunatic has researched the voter registration of each member of the officiating crew.  Whether or not any are “Christians” and/or member of the NRA as well.  Hopefully at least one is black.  It would be helpful if a couple are gay too, of course; or at least “bi”.  I guess a black – homosexual – muslim – Prius-driving Head Linesman is too much to hope for, huh?  Seriously, it might help the recovery process.

Lets cover the basics really fast for any of you who claim you don’t know what happened about 11:45 PM Saturday night in BOA Stadium in Charlotte.

UNC trailed Clemson 45-37 with a 1:00 remaining in the 2015 ACC Championship.  Larry has three TOs to spend.  If The Fedorians can (1) execute an on-side kick…. (2) drive for a TD…. (3) execute a 2pt conversion….. they can (4) send the game into OT…. and (5) who knows what might happen…..

Executing a successful on-side kick was just the first of Five “gotta happens” necessary to change the outcome.

Anyhoo…. The UNC kicker uses the “Big Hop” method of on-side kicking…. the UNC recovery gunners charge Clemson’s “good hands guys”….. big dog-pile ….. UNC guy recovers – Aye Zigga Zoomba – God Loves Choo Choo – Hark The Sound…. uh oh.

….. “There’s a Flag for Off-sides”. OFFSIDES

The ACC Referees (a/k/a Swofford’s Goon Squad) call off-sides on UNC.   Rekick….. The Dabos recover the 2nd attempt.   Victory Formation …… 00:00 ….. Dabos Win …… Aw Shucks….. Oops…. HOLD EVERYTHING…..

Umpteen angles of the first on-side kick using satellite lasers and who knows what all reveal No One Was Off-Sides.    Swofford’s Goons BLEW THE CALL.

Off Sides

This was NOT a goal line dog pile with TA’s knee in there somewhere.
This was NOT a bang-bang “knee touch – ball come loose – too close to call” fumble.
This was NOT a “juggling the ball as he went out-of-bounds”.
This was NOT a – Review – Review – Review Some More and Still Get It Wrong Miami Miracle versus Duke.

This WAS Every Replay Angle Clearly Shows – No UNC player even has a toe, or a tar heel, near the line.

This one was “A Blown Call”…… AND:…. and here’s why “This One” will be cussed / discussed / cussed even more long after TruBlues forget how to spell “Willingham”……

Off-sides calls are Not Reviewable….. PERIOD.

“The Rule Book” is very clear on….. Which calls are/are not reviewable.

Why?   I don’t know how/why certain calls are/are not reviewable; but it is specified “in the rule book.   I do know that if EVERY call was reviewable, the average game would last 4-5 hours minimum rather than the current 3+ agonizing hours.

If the situation had been reversed and Clemson needed the on-side kick to try and tie the game with a minute to go….. Off-sides calls would STILL Not Be Reviewable.

The only exception to this being, of course, if NC State were involved somehow.    “Waive any rule in order to screw NC State” is always an available option whatever the circumstance. ….. THAT, believe it or not, actually is “in the Rule Book”.

Should “they” change the review rule for the last two minutes of “a Big Game” and review everything?  Maybe.

Could “they” do that now….. bring everybody back and let UNC try to score in a minute?  No, that’s silly.  Dabo already ordered all the pizzas.

Remember ‘dem boys?   The ‘dem boys that Mack Brown lied too way back when he vamoosed to Texas.   Well now ‘dem boys who worked so hard all season “got cheated by those darn refs”.   WHAAAAAA….. “It’s Not Fair”.

Yes, the ‘dem boys in C-Blue got denied a chance to try and tie the game because of a “bad call”.   That is unfortunate.   Kirk Herbstreit thought so.   BubbaTheRealAD thought so.   Don Denkinger woulda thought so (google Don Denkinger).   I’m sure Tommy Hunt and Albert and Dick Knox all thought so.   I think so.   Somewhere on ABC Island at least one beady-eyed constipated hard-core ABCer probably thought so….. maybe, just one. ….. Alas.

Millennials wishes aside…. Life Is Not Fair.  Wouldn’t you like to have a nickle for every time “…. not fair” has been uttered since midnight by dejected Carolina Way-ers.  Hark The Sound of “that wasn’t fair”.

It never will be “fair” even long after John Swofford is retired….. or hit by a bus.  Ask families of those 9/11 victims who came to work early on that fateful morning.   There ARE consequences “dire-ier” that losing a Big Game.   Ask those bald kids at St Jude’s Hospital.

If Life Was Fair then azaleas and dogwoods would bloom year-round.

One of the values of youth sports is to teach that in sports, as in Life, some times the outcome “is not fair”.   Hopefully the other values of youth sports are learned better than that one. ….. sigh.

Each of the handful of rational humans that follow sports always want the outcome of the game decided by the athletes….. not by the officials.   We want “it” to be a game of inches….. not a game of “calls”….. correct or “blown”.

Speaking of “bad calls”….. that Clemson LB that was ejected for “targeting Ryan Switzer”….. you do realize that Switzer lowered his head at the last nano-second and that the Clemson LB was clearly aiming for his chest, NOT his helmet.   No way could he have avoided Switzer’s helmet.   Nothing “intentional” about it.   THAT was also “a bad call” that could have affected the outcome of the game.

No one on Franklin Street is complaining about THAT call.

Also…. if Dabo had pulled out an axe and beheaded that poor punter in front of a national TV audience (I think he would have if one had been handy) it would be very difficult to find twelve jurors that didn’t see him do it.Dabo yells

BobLee to Dabo:  Dabo, that was Horses*** how you reacted with your punter.   Yes, it was a bonehead play… and no doubt Clemson lunatics were tweeting death threats to the kid as you were making a fool of yourself; but you make $4,000,000 and oughta know better than to do that. ….. Yes, I realize Nick Saban did sorta the same thing earlier in his game.   BOTH of you oughta know better.

The “blown call” coulda been worse.  Did you see the game-winning TD in the final seconds of the Michigan State v Iowa game?  Was his knee down before he extended his arm with the ball?   THAT CALL was even more “crucial” than the phantom off-sides….. UNLESS you only care about dubious calls involving “your team” which pretty much describes every fan on the planet.

Speaking of beheading someone with an ax….. Wonder what delightful comments Buck Sanders will have for the ACC referees after THIS? ….. If Deems May still blows hard on the post-game show, I’m sure he was a sheer delight. ….. What’s My Buddy Chansky gonna say? ….. Dr Debbie?

Ever notice….. All these goggle-eyed whackjobs who go BONKERS about “the officials” never offer a practical solution.

Full-time officials ??  Nope, forget the $$$$ issue, any official is still limited by what they see / think they see in a split-second.

Know The Rules??  It’s not a matter of “knowing the rules”.   It’s the refs’ “lying eyes” telling him what he did/didn’t see in a split-second.

Fire all of’em and Hire new ones…. from what universe of all seeing / all knowing non-partisan Solomons do you go to for “new ones”.

Just get rid of ….. the Ones Out To Get “your team”.   But…. like in jury selection, you only get a set number of “reject” cards to play.   Maybe NC State fans could buy up extra “reject cards” from less paranoid fan bases.

I still like MY IDEA.   On every reviewed play – and Hellfire, lets indeed make EVERY play reviewable.   4-5 hour games?  Why would I care?

On every call – use the American Idol / DWTS method….. fans get to text / call-in THEIR VOTE on the call.   That would encourage schools to really develop larger more aggressive Lunatic Fringes to “go to the phones” and cast your vote.   I’m calling that The Finebaum Solution as Paul’s Callers would surely be calling in on every play.

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In Conclusion… Despite what you mighta heard “on the Internet” – If The Fedorians had indeed somehow won NO ACC school would have made it into the Final Four.

THAT omission would have cost each ACC member institution a LOT of $$$ from their 1/14th  of 1/4th of the CFP pot o’ gold.  A LOT of $$$$$ indeed.

So, Clemson’s winning last night had significant $$$$ value for every other ACC school. ….. I’m just sayin’

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The Fedorians have had / are having a TERRIFIC SEASON…. “BEST EVER” ….. one call should not define a season, but it will with a certain type of fan.

GREAT NEW QUIRKY News Features …. LINK

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Doug
Doug
4 years ago

The ref’s are likely as good as in the past. They get more attention today versus those old grainy b&w films from way back and even video from just 10 years ago. Today there are dozens of high speed, HD cameras, high speed HD, 4K, super slo-mo’s, and now HD pylon cameras at many games. Challenges can go on forever with talking heads discussing it ad nauseum from so many angles and still miss some. I usually hit mute on replays. I also believe the main reason for those reviews is not only to get a correct call but as… Read more »

GWC
GWC
4 years ago

The “time and tide” approach may be the best plan for sure particularly IF , with more light being shed with tapes , we were to learn that not only are refs fallible but that they might also be capable of taking orders when deemed necessary necessary . I choose to believe there was no “fix” on to ensure ACC bowl dollars but I’d really like to see supporting tape . You’d think that the Commissioner would too . Maybe there’s never been such a transgression in college ball before but the $$$$ are getting to be pretty meaningful these… Read more »

GWC
GWC
4 years ago

So , the ACC Championship final minutes , any report YET of available tape reflecting exactly when the ref went for his off-sides flag ? Was it about the time a UNC foot might have toed the 35 yard line , or about when a forearm , hand or finger might have “broken” the imaginary vertical plane ? Or was it about the time it became likely UNC would recover the loose free ball ? Get my drift ? And , if breaking the plane was the infraction , was that ref positioned RIGHT on the 35 yd. line ,… Read more »

Doug
Doug
4 years ago

Gibb’s Rules:
Rule 14: “Bend the line, don’t break it.”
Rule 40: “If it seems like someone is out to get you, they are.”

wolfbuff
wolfbuff
4 years ago

Whew, lots of comments on this one. I’ll admit to being an ABCer so I wasn’t sad about “the call.” But it was a bad call, as was the targeting that was called, not to mention the targeting that wasn’t called or the countless holds that were or weren’t called. Lord knows, the Wolfpack has been screwed by many a bad call over the years. That said, I’ve never subscribed to the philosophy that one or two blown calls cost anyone a game. Don’t put yourself in that situation and you won’t have to worry about a bad call. Hit… Read more »

TheCowdog
TheCowdog
4 years ago

Re: League office statement. It is my understanding that the ACC would inform the school, and dissemination of information would be up to that school.

*Fact check may be required.

GWC
GWC
4 years ago

Maybe it’s already posted on your board because there are a lot of interesting comments about the “Great Off Sides” but has anyone called for a NCAA review of the refs ? Not whether they are diverse enough or if they ever received a Christmas gift from Dabo and his punter , but is there a video showing WHEN the flag for the on side kick play was thrown ? WHEN did that ref actually reach toward his pocket ? And if UNC players’ feet near , but behind , the 35 yd. line were not as important as when… Read more »

Lumen Veritatis
Lumen Veritatis
4 years ago
Reply to  GWC

“is there a video showing WHEN the flag for the on side kick play was thrown ? WHEN did that ref actually reach toward his pocket ?” Yes, the flag was thrown while the kick was still loose. UNC’s recovery had no impact on the foul being called. “And if UNC players’ feet near , but behind , the 35 yd. line were not as important as when the vertical “plane” of the 35 yd. line might have been broken by a hand in motion , shouldn’t the ref STILL be seen reaching for his flag almost immediately as the… Read more »

THE Rev Barber
THE Rev Barber
4 years ago

Lee Bob, After decades of biased officiating and Carolina privilege, the time for yellow flag reparations did come in the Queen City Saturday night. More reparations must be paid by UNC to right the injustice that has been perpetrated against the legion of academically disadvantaged athletes that have been exploited by the UNC masters. It is time for Sam to no longer be silent and call a cracker a cracker. I am calling on AG Lynch to investigate this travesty and tie up every loose end and noose to finally hang this dirty white laundry out to dry. Yellow Flags… Read more »

TheCowdog
TheCowdog
4 years ago

Dabo is not a Hayes descendant…Not by any stretch. I played for one of them, and survived with only a few minor, lifelong, ticks.

Dabo’s halftime interview was much worse than the tirade. Classless.

Bill
Bill
4 years ago

As it was getting late in the Central time zone, I tuned out in the third quarter when it looked like the Heels had no chance, so I missed the drama at the end. Oh well. Glad they made it close at the end, but at the point when I left, Clemson was clearly the better team. Did they really roll up 600+ yards against the Heels defense? If so, then I suspect that if the teams played 10 times, Clemson would win 9. My point: if the object of the game is to determine the better team, then the… Read more »

Bill
Bill
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

So were Danny Ford and Woody Hayes! Hope that one incident isn’t an accurate reflection of his true character, but from what you say you’ve heard….

A real shame, isn’t it, that college sports has become such a cutthroat business that coaches and fans become equally unhinged over a mere game.

Bill
Bill
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Sure that you’re right, sigh. At least it assures you of job security.

Sort of like litigation assures lawyers such as me of work, though, society would be much better off on the whole if there was a lot less of it.

Lumen Veritatis
Lumen Veritatis
4 years ago

“This WAS Every Replay Angle Clearly Shows – No UNC player even has a toe, or a tar heel, near the line.” This statement is erroneous on two counts. First, we don’t have an angle down the 35-yard line, we have an angle from the 50-yard line. Just as we don’t expect officials to rule on goal line stands from the 15, but rather from the actual goal line, we don’t have a conclusive angle that shows us where the UNC players were in precise relation to the 35-yard line at the time of the kick. Second, your focus on… Read more »

Lumen Veritatis
Lumen Veritatis
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

I’m aware that your commented only concerned feet. That’s why I pointed out that upper appendages are relevant just as to the offside determination, and that it’s almost certain he was called offside because of his head or hands.

Lumen Veritatis
Lumen Veritatis
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Agreed that a call of this magnitude in a game of this magnitude cries out for an official statement, so I’m stumped why it’s midday Monday and we’ve gotten nothing from the ACC Office. Your best guess is probably better than mine, but I would speculate that they’re still scrambling to find some more conclusive angle with which to properly evaluate the call so they can put out something more definitive than “There is no conclusive angle of the kicking team’s restraining line, however the calling official was perfectly positioned and followed the proper mechanics in making the call. We… Read more »

Marko
Marko
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

How about this one : Do Swoffords kin still own several pizza franchises in Tiger Town? 🙂

Mark Holt
Mark Holt
4 years ago

I looked up the rules, and the violation may have been that at least one player was outside the “nine-yard marks”.

FR-63 : Free Kick Formation, ARTICLE 2
c. When the ball is kicked (A.R. 6-1-2-I-IV):

5. All players of Team A must have been between the nine-yard marks after the ready-for-play signal [S19].

http://www.ncaapublications.com/p-4387-2015-ncaa-football-rules-and-interpretations.aspx

I’ve never heard of that violation. Some times it does seem that the refs know who is supposed to win.

Marko
Marko
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

but controversy is so much more … clickable

vic
vic
4 years ago

Karma can be a BITCH ! After 20 plus years of Cheating Carolina finally had a call go against them.

Thuaidh Cearuilin
Thuaidh Cearuilin
4 years ago

Bad calls happen, and I would remind our Tar Heel friends of a touchdown in Chapel Hill not so long ago that was “withdrawn” (is that the right word?) by a ref who two years previous had his cardiac arrested on the field at Kenan and lived to tell the tale (curtesy of NC Memorial). Everybody knew what was going on and after all it was the Wolfpack, so it’s all good. However, in regards to Saturday’s game I think we’re missing the bigger picture here. Carolina is a basketball school. If Carolina had beaten Clemson and gotten a playoff… Read more »

Eric
Eric
4 years ago

BobLee, while I don’t really doubt that your sources are better than mine, the opinion around upstate SC is that Dabo is a good “CEO coach” and a legitimate “good guy” type. This opinion seems to prevail among Clemson fans and Clemson haters as well. But I guess the punter’s mom wouldn’t agree.

oldwuf vet
oldwuf vet
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Heard a story from a Clemson guy(with witnesses) about how Dabo handled and ultimitely dismissed that QB that ended up starting at Old Miss. I’m now a Dabo fan

Doug
Doug
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

The camera didn’t lie Saturday night. I got a similar cussing as a 14 y/o high school freshman (before Kinston) where I was manager and statistician. My best friend and next door neighbor went off for 22 points in the first half against a bigger, better, and favored team. The coach gave a stirring halftime speech and I got so caught up in it I naively hollered to my buddy to go out there and GET 22 MORE!! The next 5 minutes were me getting a full court, saliva spewing, cussing in front of the team. I survived, my buddy… Read more »

BaltimoreHeel
BaltimoreHeel
4 years ago

Mornin BobLee. One of the few times I disagree wid ya. The Clem’s son LB lowered and led with his head. Players are taught today not to do that for their own safety as well as others. So had Switzer not lowered his head he would have gotten speared in his chest. Maybe not illegal but still could have really injured Swits. It was a reviewable judgement call which was reviewed and declared a serious infraction. One could argue for bad or improper judgement but not a bad call. I maintain proper call. On the other hand, my argument with… Read more »

Lumen Veritatis
Lumen Veritatis
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Spearing, i.e., making “forcible contact against an opponent with the crown (top) of his helmet,” is also targeting, same as contacting the head or neck of a defenseless player. So it sounds like our DQed Clemson LB hit the daily double of targeting. Don’t worry, still only one ejection.

Lumen Veritatis
Lumen Veritatis
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

No, I’m pretty sure that UNC DB had applied for a special 9-1-3 exemption, so spearing rules didn’t apply, at least for a couple quarters, and maybe only within the tackle box. Quite clever for an argyle-wearing weenie.

Crucifixion? I think you way overestimate the average viewer’s attention span. We need to give them something bite size and self-contained for them to quickly consume. Maybe castration followed by a sprint to a designated medical unit, all while a ticking reattachment clock keeps the audience suspensefully fixated on the action?

Cabcash
Cabcash
4 years ago

Uncalled “targeting…”

https://vine.co/v/i7bhFWAeUWY

Also…and I know this sounds crazy…but allowing your opponent to slash thru your defense for 600+ yards of total offense ( doubling your own total ) is not the best way to put yourself in a position to control your own destiny rather than rely on “shoulda woulda coulda.” Jus’ sayin.’

JDanWuff
JDanWuff
4 years ago

I didn’t get to watch the game or much of anything else, but I have seen enough replays on local and national sports shows to think that the Heels have a legit complaint. That being said, we have all had our crosses to bear with ACC refs over the years. I suppose it was UNC’s turn last night. Certainly, Coach Cut and the Sons Of Satan had a legitimate complaint in the Miami game, but the rules is whut they is. Has anyone got an exploding head count from the IC board? Have ACC refs replaced Conservatives as the most… Read more »

JDanWuff
JDanWuff
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

That will still give LF a couple of seasons to establish his program and base in the division. GT will always be a pain in the arse program, but not consistently. Same goes for Dook. Pitt, who knows?
The division will probably be second fiddle to the Atlantic champs for a while. The ‘Bo teams are pretty well established right now.

JDanWuff
JDanWuff
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Reading some replies and looking at some of the message boards, as well as, politics, being a satirist and raconteur, you have a great job! Endless material, constantly updated, and free of charge.
And you have that knack for painting on all side equally and, dare I say, liberally, in a conservative manner.

NCSU68Grad
NCSU68Grad
4 years ago

Already stated my opinion and the Official made a bad call. It happens….and he probably did NOT have the SAME motivation (as in giving thanks for saving my life) as Jim Knight did. Woody’s “wonder where TA is today” during a broadcast in the mid 2000’s was about the MOST classless comment every made by a commentator. I certainly HOPE that Woody was AGHAST (but not up to the point of taxing his heart or health) at the call. It DOES take some time….but if Troy Aikman can live in the past….so can I. Remember that ISIS has been fighting… Read more »

oldwuf vet
oldwuf vet
4 years ago

LF handled it well. Good job. It was funny listening to my fellow parishioners complain about officiating; and none of them were State fans for once. My thought has always been you ought to beat’em by a couple scores so officiating don’t matter. I don’t care for replay for the most part. Hate it in baseball. It evens out. Get over it! Unfortunately, last night was UNC’s night for karma to show up, and as everybody knows she can be a b__.

oldwuf vet
oldwuf vet
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Sho nuff. We wolves would be reliving that kinda season for 30 years. That juggernaut thingy is a pipe dream- less you sign that pact with the devil.

oldwuf vet
oldwuf vet
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Hey, I’m still a little mad about the university research farms being paved over out that way. That big-ass hanger would make a great cattle barn in a few years

NCSU68Grad
NCSU68Grad
4 years ago

OK…NOT a rules expert. BUT, I have seen this called earlier this year on a On-Side kick. Check out the photo…I found the one that I THINK you used….I blew it up. NOW, that photo is a BIT inconclusive….count the Helmets. At the TOP, it looks like one Jabba the Hutt player…..and if you do the math and used all your fingers….there is only 10 players (helmets) on the field. But after an exhaustive search…and watching the SBNation Video, it would appear that the Large Jabba player, was indeed, TWO UNC Lads. They were as close as Ned Beatty and… Read more »

NCSU68Grad
NCSU68Grad
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Readers Digest Version Bad Call. Official thought there were only 4 MEN on the Far Side of the kicker…..look at his angle. When he saw the guy break (prior to the Kick) and then get on the Near Side (the Officials side), he flagged it as the rule requires 4. The two top (Far Side) men appeared as ONE player. No OTHER official saw it or picked up on it. Parallax is a funny critter….and the Official THOUGHT they were lined up Legally….with 4 men on the far side. NOW, was that Swoff in his earpiece? Even this Wuffie thinks… Read more »

Doug
Doug
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

“Swoff was just hoping Dabo didn’t strangle his own punter on Live National TV.”

Now that’s funny and true. Saying Dabo and the DC Brent Venables are intense is an understatement. I wonder how they would have fit in with Dooley’s Carolina Junction Boy’s staff?

wolfdon
wolfdon
4 years ago

one of the comments making the rounds….whether actually correct or not…..is that the penalty resulted from the kicking team not having all players on the line inside the side hash marks when the ball was kicked…..others say the rule applies to the receiving team only.. Do you know of such a rule?/ .

wolfdon
wolfdon
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

i was thinking the same thing regarding the ACC office….

Dale
Dale
4 years ago

As we saw with Duke/Miami, reviewing calls can fail.

Joerhawkins@yahoo.com
4 years ago

I wish the punter has made a first down……

I hate it for LF. He has some class. ( I won’t admit that to anyone)

Put the timer next to the replay official. Give the replay official a tater gun with a yellow rag. Have the power five rotate crews for the playoff conference championships.

But….. TGU and all….
Should have gone to (a real) class. Karma is a bitch.

Doug
Doug
4 years ago

One thing some are slow to acknowledge today is 45 points scored by the Tigers. Sometimes the better team wins. 100 days ago who’da thunk Tar Heel fans and the national sports media would be talking about UNC gridiron accomplishments with such fervor and speculation. I still believe the only way UNC could have possibly slipped into the top 4 consideration was if they had boat raced Clemson by a 40 or more points.

BTW it sounds like Bubba and Larry worked out a new deal so Larry still had a good day yesterday.

Todd Lesley
Todd Lesley
4 years ago

I agree about Dabo’s actions. He failed to realize the punter had a 4 yard rushing average! Hope he apologized to the kid. I also agree about the targeting call, MJ Stewart dealt a helmet to helmet blow on Watson that took him out of the game for a plat or two…no call made. I think Stanford or Iowa would have gotten the nod over UNC so I agree that ACC benefited from bad call on onside kick. Fedora handled the whole thing very well.

mapackfan
mapackfan
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

I heard some grumblings at church today. Of course, the fact that UNC gave up more offense than they had all year and had less offense themselves than they had all year had nothing to do with the outcome. It was those “rayuffs”.

I watched the game. The best team had the most points when the game ended.

Dr.Vinnyboombatz
Dr.Vinnyboombatz
4 years ago
Reply to  BobLee

Imagine a fanbase that adores a school that used “Paper classes” and other fraud for years to keep players eligible complaining about fairness.

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