Thursday, December 29, 2005

TRAVESTY

For shame, Sun Belt Conference, for shame. You call that an officiating crew? I know clown posses that could've pulled off a more credible impression of a fair game. To be fair, big mistakes were made both ways (see definition of kick catch interference) but how gosh darn stupid are these guys? Is 100>11? If yes, then please call an illegal participation penalty on the gol darn defense! And because the half cannot end on a defensive penalty, Michigan ball at about the 7 eh? 1st and goal, eh? Dumb ignorant bastards who don't even know what a replay is. For shame, Sun Belt, for shame. All of you should go back to Division II and resume being whupped by real teams like GVSU and SVSU. FOR SHAME.

If I were Bill Martin, I believe that I would be tempted to return the bowl money and just refuse to acknowledge the existence of the CF that I just witnessed. After that, I don't think that I would go around accepting Alamo Bowl bids anymore. At least the Motor City Bowl has the good sense to hire real officials with things like literacy and common sense.

Now that my rant is complete, I will no longer make reference to this travesty, choosing to instead pretend that it never happened. Good luck to the icers against CC in tomorrow's GLI opener.

2 Comments:

At 9:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The penalty for illegal participation is assessed from the previous spot. It would not be spotted from the end of the run. Check the rulebook.
http://www.ncaa.org/library/rules/2005/2005_football_rules.pdf

 
At 8:31 PM, Blogger Kyle King said...

This may be an inopportune time to change the subject, but I am seeking the support of all Georgia and Michigan webloggers in my attempt to get the Bulldogs and the Wolverines to schedule a home and home series with one another in football.

Any assistance you could provide in getting your fellow Maize and Blue fans to contact both schools' athletic directors to urge the scheduling of this series would be most appreciated.

Thanks.

 

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