Pretty damned funny, if you ask me.
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Excellent. Slive and Redding suspect that Pork Rind Jimmy and SonOfMud have their pigs’ knuckles in on this one somehow.
Another variation on the ole ‘give an ump a white cane for Christmas.’
“Hey Cyclops. You’re missing a great game.” Ty Cobb
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – it aint their vision – they are in on the take.
Funny how the Arkansas fans don’t mention the gift 4th down spot for a first down, when their TE was clearly a half-yard short but was given a 1st down. The Hogs scored a few plays later.
Oh, and I’m sure when Arkansas wins a game because of questionable calls, they complain about that too and repeat over and over about how they would have lost if it weren’t for the refs.
I am glad I’m not the only fan still bitter over that insane spot.
The fact that we challenged it and they STILL screwed us so heinously just bugs me to this day.
It’s almost a shame that Arkie lunatic Wally Hall is subscription-only these days. His conspiracy theorizing this week probably makes Hannibal Lecter look sane.
All posted in his patented one sentence-paragraph style, no doubt.
While every fanbase has too many whiners about the zebras, there is no doubt that the SEC needs to make radical changes to the officiating in this conference. I watch games every week from around the country, and yes, they have weird mistakes too, but the SEC are the most inconsistent of all crews I see. It is embarrassing for the conference with the best talent, most passionate fans, highest attendance, and most revenue to be subjected to incompetent refs.
Arky has a damn good reason to feel paranoid based on those two reviews Saturday and what happened to them in the Florida game last year. The number of questionable calls favoring higher ranked SEC teams over the years gives legitimacy to the conspirarcy theorists. It means a lot of extra pesos with which to pay bonuses in the Birmingham office when we get two BCS spots.
There is definitely a problem with SEC officiating, I’ve seen bad calls in all SEC matchups last year and this year.
But in this game, AU was also penalized with an extremely questionable Pass Interference call in the end zone, which led to an Arkansas score and the terrible first down spot for Arkansas, which also led to a score.
If you take away all scores on both sides after bad calls, AU still beat AR by 2 touchdowns.
Also, in the game last week, AU’s Zac Ehtheridge was called twice in a row for late hits that began in bounds and only went out of bounds due to momentum of both players.
Everybody in the league is getting hurt by bad calls, not just AR.
“Every guy on our team is a potential cornerback right now.” — Kirby Smart, AB-H, 3/2/21
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