"The amount of professionalism that he has ... there's probably not another guy in the country that would have handled it the same way," Durkin said. "He's not only one of the best coaches in the country, he's one of the best people. He absolutely has the respect of everyone -- coaches and players, alike."
It took me over 4 hours between coming back and forth. Luckily it does offer that save and continue later option.
1st and 38 1/2 on A 30. Team A's QB takes the snaps and rolls out (past the tackle). Team A's tight end, originally lined up on the line, but now shifted over the back, sweeps along side Team A's QB as he rolls. Team A's QB trips over Team A's left tackle who is hit above the waste but below the shoulders by Team B's defensive end on A29. During the trip, Team A's QB pitches the ball backwards to the back who faked a block on the backside defensive tackle who held the right guard on A35. Meanwhile, the outside receiver on the left side shouted obscenities at the line judge for thinking the team would attempt a scrimmage kick therefore blowing an inadvertent whistle. The running back fumbles the ball after advancing to B2. The ball rolls 98 yards backwards and crosses the goal line where it is illegally kicked through the endzone by the Team A center after it is batted forward by the Team B defensive back on B1. Reviewable? Clock?
A. The play is reviewable, but the likelihood of this happening are zero. Team A gets the ball at B1. Clock starts on the snap.
B. The play is reviewable, but the likelihood of this happening are zero. Touchback, Team A gets the ball at B20. Clock starts when ball is marked ready.
C. Ecker should have pitched to Breaston. Michigan loses to Nebraska.
That's what the refs have to think about during the game??! no wonder they have no idea what the heck is going on. I got exactly half right, but I was so tired at the end I just didn't care anymore and guessed without reading the question for the last 10.