Did anyone catch Pryor removing his helmet after failing to convert the huge 3rd down bomb in the 4th quarter - the one right before his 4th down scamper to set up the winning TD?
I wonder why he wasn't flagged for that. Thoughts?
Cue NCAA Bylaws:
(f) Removal of a player’s helmet before he is in the team area (Exceptions: Team, media or injury timeouts; equipment adjustment; through play; between periods; and during a measurement for a first down).
. . .If committed while the ball is alive, these fouls are treated as dead-ball fouls.
PENALTY — Dead-ball foul or live-ball foul treated as dead-ball foul. 15 yards [S7 and S27] from the succeeding spot. Flagrant offenders, if players or substitutes, shall be disqualified [S47]. If a player or an identified squad member in uniform commits two unsportsmanlike fouls in the same game, he shall be disqualified