What Other Fans Are Saying About The Call At the End

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With a $4.5 million a year contract for 7 years, he will have a lot of Oregon in him for the next couple of seasons, no accountability, zero responsibility for his on the job learning baffoonery, a high school coach knows you need points in first possession overtime, if you get beat with the touchdown that is how overtime works, but to get beat by a field goal turning it over on downs, that is embarrassing, this is your first indication Heupel has a ceiling

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With a $4.5 million a year contract for 7 years, he will have a lot of Oregon in him for the next couple of seasons, no accountability, zero responsibility for his on the job learning baffoonery, a high school coach knows you need points in first possession overtime, if you get beat with the touchdown that is how overtime works, but to get beat by a field goal turning it over on downs, that is embarrassing, this is your first indication Heupel has a ceiling
FOS.
 
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But yet you coaching from your Recliner
No, watched it from 236 in Nissan Stadium, felt bad for the guy, he overthought basic football philosophy several times today, ended up losing a meaningless bowl game in an embarrassing way, in front of the midstate recruits and a national TV audience, the only thing sadder was watching Burrell get two pass interference flags in a row only to get humiliated on a single coverage fall down TD romp by a freshman receiver Tennessee probably wouldn't recruit anyway, you can spin it all day, but Tennessee flopped as a 5 point favorite in front of a home crowd, Tennessee fans expected more with 20 extra days of practice, meaningless doesn't excuse the embarrassment in Nashville
 
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No, watched it from 236 in Nissan Stadium, felt bad for the guy, he overthought basic football philosophy several times today, ended up losing a meaningless bowl game in an embarrassing way, in front of the midstate recruits and a national TV audience, the only thing sadder was watching Burrell get two pass interference flags in a row only to get humiliated on a single coverage fall down TD romp by a freshman receiver Tennessee probably wouldn't recruit anyway, you can spin it all day, but Tennessee flopped as a 5 point favorite in front of a home crowd, Tennessee fans expected more with 20 extra days of practice, meaningless doesn't excuse the embarrassment in Nashville
Dude… just shut up
 
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With a $4.5 million a year contract for 7 years, he will have a lot of Oregon in him for the next couple of seasons, no accountability, zero responsibility for his on the job learning baffoonery, a high school coach knows you need points in first possession overtime, if you get beat with the touchdown that is how overtime works, but to get beat by a field goal turning it over on downs, that is embarrassing, this is your first indication Heupel has a ceiling
For years we asked for a coach that would be aggressive, and now we’re pi$$ed that he’s not conservative enough?

Get it straight; if there’s ever a chance in a game for us to be aggressive, we’re going to err on the side of going for broke.

I, for one, am loving it.
 
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No, watched it from 236 in Nissan Stadium, felt bad for the guy, he overthought basic football philosophy several times today, ended up losing a meaningless bowl game in an embarrassing way, in front of the midstate recruits and a national TV audience, the only thing sadder was watching Burrell get two pass interference flags in a row only to get humiliated on a single coverage fall down TD romp by a freshman receiver Tennessee probably wouldn't recruit anyway, you can spin it all day, but Tennessee flopped as a 5 point favorite in front of a home crowd, Tennessee fans expected more with 20 extra days of practice, meaningless doesn't excuse the embarrassment in Nashville[/QUOTE
 
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College players are drug tested and have to have the grades to play. Coaches are vetted and investigated, why aren’t conference refs vetted and investigated on background and financial dealings since gambling plays a large part in college football? Any ref can throw a game much easier than a player. Any stooge can be bought! We see it right in front of our eyes And they are not accountable to anyone.
 
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I disagree with the call. It was horrible. With that said, we had plenty of opportunities to win the game before that. I think our coaching and execution was off tonight.
We missed opportunities and that is on us... But its not on us when multiple pass interference calls that looked like good D on most and being 3rd down play extensions.... The TD call was just bad initially and the excuse being reviewed.... Something was up with that game... Needs to be investigated tbh
 
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No, watched it from 236 in Nissan Stadium, felt bad for the guy, he overthought basic football philosophy several times today, ended up losing a meaningless bowl game in an embarrassing way, in front of the midstate recruits and a national TV audience, the only thing sadder was watching Burrell get two pass interference flags in a row only to get humiliated on a single coverage fall down TD romp by a freshman receiver Tennessee probably wouldn't recruit anyway, you can spin it all day, but Tennessee flopped as a 5 point favorite in front of a home crowd, Tennessee fans expected more with 20 extra days of practice, meaningless doesn't excuse the embarrassment in Nashville
So you don’t think the refs had anything to do with the outcome? The receiver Burrell was covering push off every time including when Burrell was pushed down. I believe offensive pass interference is still a penalty even though this officiating crew tonight obviously missed that class.
 
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So you don’t think the refs had anything to do with the outcome? The receiver Burrell was covering push off every time including when Burrell was pushed down. I believe offensive pass interference is still a penalty even though this officiating crew tonight obviously missed that class.
That was the clearest, textbook OPI to open up a TD that I have ever seen. No flag.
 
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We missed opportunities and that is on us... But its not on us when multiple pass interference calls that looked like good D on most and being 3rd down play extensions.... The TD call was just bad initially and the excuse being reviewed.... Something was up with that game... Needs to be investigated tbh
I agree. Six PI calls on us but Tillman is held so bad that his Jersey is pulled away from his body and nothing. There’s SEC bias against us.
 
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With a $4.5 million a year contract for 7 years, he will have a lot of Oregon in him for the next couple of seasons, no accountability, zero responsibility for his on the job learning baffoonery, a high school coach knows you need points in first possession overtime, if you get beat with the touchdown that is how overtime works, but to get beat by a field goal turning it over on downs, that is embarrassing, this is your first indication Heupel has a ceiling
This might be one of the dumbest posts I have seen in awhile. Congrats.
 
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We never should have been in a position for a ref call there to cost us this game.
Yea. Like maybe the ref call pass interference on the 3rd down call in regulation. Would have been 1st down 15 yds closer. Stretched the receivers jersey almost a foot. If the ref makes that obvious call no OT needed.
 

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