Intersting pic. Looks like a missed facemask on Denard's fumble. Not that it mattered that much but it would've been nice to have balanced out the 15 yrd penalties.
I didn't have any complaints about the calls against Michigan. The refs missed a hold on Mouton, and there was boarderline one they didn't call on one of our linement.
was ridiculous. I can't believe they didn't call it.
Wonder where that knee was a few frames backs as well, obviously on the ground there. Who cares though, WE WON! Let's hope the next few games don't require DRob more than the first half.
edit: It still does not matter, weeeeee! However, looking back that is probably not a penalty if the ball was already loose. Everything goes out the window then, no cheap shots obviously, but holding pull him back like that is not a penalty.
that's a penalty, but when i saw it live i didn't see his head turn much, so i'm not too upset.
There were a lot of calls missed in this game. In particular, there was A LOT of holding that was not called.
The refs missed quite a few calls. Denard got about 2 or 3 blows to the head after passing the ball. Clearly 1 or 2 of those should have been called.
And now we have a pic showing a fairly blatant facemask. Denard is a warrior but we can't have him taking an unnecessary beating out there. Hopefully the refs will be more vigilant in protecting Denard moving forward.
Ask Carlyle Holiday.
I don't know, as the commentators said "From that angle it's hard to tell"
Talk about dropping the ball, the replay people should have buzzed that immediately. Terrible miss.
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That's still a touchdown. ND players are required to let Jesus float the ball across the goal line.
There were two other moments in the game where denard took a shot to the head after throwing the ball
I'm not trying to be like the dudes who put up the Mouton dong punch, just seemed to fit the typical South Bend reffing meme.
It seemed to me that ND tacklers often put a hand in the face of the ball carrier during and especially after the tackle. Anyone else see that or is it just me?
On the failed fourth down attempt, they definitely missed a roughing a passer and probably could have gotten ND for pass interference. Holding was missed by both sides. On the other hand, there were a couple close calls that went our way. Still, not the best game for this crew
What about that crackback block on Grady? The replay angle was horrible, but I did not understand that one.