Replay booth should not have called that a catch. There was not conclusive evidence. Looked like half his foot was out. Home cooking leads to a touchdown.
Agreed. Still, we blew a second interception and for an interception. Then, we take it in for 3 points. At this rate we will score…12 points.
It was a good call, the college rule only say ‘one’ foot needs to be in bound. the reciever dragged the toe of his foot on the grass
Did he secure the ball at that point? When played in slow motion he didn’t secure the ball in his hands until the rest of the foot was out. That’s what we see.
Get your eyes checked Scott… he clearly had possession and his toe dragged across the sideline.
But you do not care Scott, because your mantra is “Adversarial” (which the BOM clearly defines).
Coming from a baseball umpire
Once again, you are using a still photo. You cannot tell by a one dimensional photo if his hands actually are touching and/or controlling the ball. Why don’t you watch the video.
As much as I hate to admit it (and I do), the Tenn. receiver sure seemed to have his toes in and had caught the ball - a legit catch - from the TV replays I have seen.