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hellx

Washington respectfully disagrees.

Scott

Regarding the USF-CF game, I was watching the end of that one and late in the game USF completed a pass at the sidelines to a receiver who was basically laying on the ground. He rolled out of bounds after the catch, but in college you don't get that luxury. He was short of first down yardage, yet the ref stopped the clock. I think there was one guy on the CF sideline who saw what happened and motioned his arm in the "Keep the clock running" circle, but O'Leary didn't do anything.

I believe it was this play:
2nd down and 7 at the UCF41 0:56 -- Grothe pass completion to the left to Richardson for 6 yards to the UCF35.

They had one timeout before the play and one timeout after which they used after the next play failed to gain a first down. They ended up going for it on 4th-and-1 and converting.

Now, in the end it didn't affect the score since the kicker missed the 42 yard FG, but it could have been huge.

Rambo

I hardly think an admitted unfounded opinion is news worthy. Having no evidence to back up a headline like that is irresponsible at best.

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