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    Ridley's second catch - he ran out of bounds and back in

    9:40 Second quarter
    Hurts scrambles towards our bench, Ridley turns and goes deep.
    As he turns, he unforced went out of bounds, came back in, and catches a deep ball down to the one.

    Ref throws his hat down.

    No flag. Nothing. No review.

    Obviously illegal touching. That has to be called. The damn hat is on the field. No review. WTF SEC refs.
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    Yeah, was watching that at the Atlanta Alum Association bar and we were all screaming about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord McBuckethead View Post
    9:40 Second quarter
    Hurts scrambles towards our bench, Ridley turns and goes deep.
    As he turns, he unforced went out of bounds, came back in, and catches a deep ball down to the one.

    Ref throws his hat down.

    No flag. Nothing. No review.

    Obviously illegal touching. That has to be called. The damn hat is on the field. No review. WTF SEC refs.
    Yes, it was obvious.

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    He was forced out by a defender- so I believe according to the rule- once he establishes himself back in bounds- he is good to go
    And he has a fan base that now realizes, once and for all, that Ole Miss probably is always going to be Ole Miss, and that Freeze's weaknesses as a coach are not going away- Dan Wolken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    He was forced out by a defender- so I believe according to the rule- once he establishes himself back in bounds- he is good to go
    That's is what the officials determined, but it's incorrect. He was not forced out. Pretty clear when you go back and look at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    He was forced out by a defender- so I believe according to the rule- once he establishes himself back in bounds- he is good to go
    This. But WAS he forced out? Someone said he ran out on his own which is why our defender loosened up. I don’t know though.

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    Last edited by lutedog; 11-12-2017 at 02:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    He was forced out by a defender- so I believe according to the rule- once he establishes himself back in bounds- he is good to go
    That is true however if you watch the replay he ran around the defender

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    He was forced out by a defender- so I believe according to the rule- once he establishes himself back in bounds- he is good to go
    No one touched him. He was running back yard routes like the other illegal touching

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    He did run out of bounds we got screwed right there but that is awful technique by Peters on that play

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    https://twitter.com/ScoutSteveR/stat...37916628250624

    He was not forced out. Not even remotely close. Peters lets him go after he watches him run out of bounds.

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    I agree. Peters never touched him. Riddley tried and succeeded faking him out, but he ran out of bounds doing that. Obvious missed call. Should have been a penalty against Alabama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    He was forced out by a defender- so I believe according to the rule- once he establishes himself back in bounds- he is good to go
    No he wasn't. Based on the replay I've watched about 4 or 5 times there doesn't seem to be any contact between Ridley and Peters. Ridley pivoted around toward the sideline to go deep when he saw Hurts rolling out and took himself out of bounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RiverCityDawg View Post
    That's is what the officials determined, but it's incorrect. He was not forced out. Pretty clear when you go back and look at it.
    My question is here we are 9 years after the Houston non-review debacle and we still have a play like that that happens on our sideline and we can't demand a review?

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    I didnt see if he was or wasn't- was just going by the call
    And he has a fan base that now realizes, once and for all, that Ole Miss probably is always going to be Ole Miss, and that Freeze's weaknesses as a coach are not going away- Dan Wolken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawgology View Post
    This. But WAS he forced out? Someone said he ran out on his own which is why our defender loosened up. I don’t know though.
    No doubt on replay we let up on him once he took himself out of bounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maroonmania View Post
    My question is here we are 9 years after the Houston non-review debacle and we still have a play like that that happens on our sideline and we can't demand a review?
    Pretty sure whether he was forced out or not us judgement call

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    Pretty sure whether he was forced out or not us judgement call
    Is that not a reviewable call?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maroonmania View Post
    Is that not a reviewable call?
    I?m not sure... if it is a judgement call, probably not. Again though, not sure

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    If Peters forced him out his nickname should be Yoda because he has to be a Jedi master and made him go out of bounds with the force.

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