Hands to the face in 1st quarter


Sparlimb

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Of course. Luckily it didn't matter. I would assume the U will send it in to the Big Ten to get their apology. Its unacceptable, but it happens.
 



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I believe both the WR and the CB were #0. Likely added to the confusion, but how did the ref who called it not speak up??
 


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I believe both the WR and the CB were #0. Likely added to the confusion, but how did the ref who called it not speak up??

I think Brockington did legitimately have a hands to the face at the end of the play (8 sec mark of second video). Much less egregious than the first though.
 

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I think Brockington did legitimately have a hands to the face at the end of the play (8 sec mark of second video). Much less egregious than the first though.
The flags were already thrown before the 8 sec mark.

I think it was the same two players involved later on with another hands to Brockington’s face and no call. It was another very obvious one too.
 

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The flags were already thrown before the 8 sec mark.

I think it was the same two players involved later on with another hands to Brockington’s face and no call. It was another very obvious one too.
Good call. Who knows what the ref was thinking
 

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Two #Os amounts to nothing for the Gophers.
 






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