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September 19, 2010


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I'm not a Michigan State fan (Pac10 actually), but the title of this post is a bit erroneous/misleading. Cheating is intentionally breaking the rules. A blown call by the officials is hardly cheating. Had the replay booth caught the discrepancy (which was only caught because it was analyzed after the fact with a careful monitoring of an HDMI framerate), the onus would have been on the refs, not the team.


This was not a big as blow as the Michigan State receiver that was out of bounds that caught the game tying Touchdown. But Landon is correct, Michigan State didn't do anything wrong intentionally, but both were missed calls by officials.


The worst call was the block in the back. The ref right in front didn't call it, but the side judge on the MSU side called it.

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