I was curious, too. I couldn't tell but obviously if its that close it needs to be reviewed. I was watching it with some hawk fans and one of them was pretty certain he could tell a knee was down. The others were all just yelling at the TV, "HURRY UP AND SNAP IT"
I wondered about it when it happened, but I didn't rewind the play to check it out. I was surprised it wasn't reviewed, but wasn't too upset about it at the time. My wife and daughter have been on me this year to scream at the television less.
Be cautious around those EICC coeds. They got more than cooties.
Originally Posted by InAWord
1-8 is freaking awesome. I am sorry I was ever ashamed of losing to UNI, I realize now that I was being overly critical. 1-11 is awesome. It's like 6-6 without the hassle of going to a bowl game.
I went back on my dvr after the game and found a perfect shot that showed both knees were down well before he lost the ball.
One problem is that frame shots can't confirm everything. They can be used to verify fixed issues such a knee down or a foot out of bounds. When it comes to a fumble, there can still be contact with the ball after you begin to lose control which is the key deciding factor. A live view of a fumble can sometimes be the most accurate.
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