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Shoulder to shoulder contact now resulting in ejections. I knew this was gonna happen. Just didn't think it would happen in a Spring Game, with someone doing it to his teammate.
This is gonna end up costing someone (team) Big Time one day!!
I honestly cant believe they are putting this much power into the Zebras hands.
From the blog Dr. Saturday: Getting ejected from a spring game seems almost impossible, even if you tried really hard. But Auburn defensive back Jonathon Mincy learned the hard way. On a receiver screen, Mincy blew through the blockers, then blew up receiver Dimitri Reese … Continue reading →
What should happen is #6 who was supposed to be blocking but decided to be a pansy should still be doing suicides for letting his teammate get exposed like that.
Kinda surprised he smacked his own teammate like that.
Rule is ridiculous though, ruining the game.
What a beautiful hit, and an even more bullsh*t rule!
Wow, perfectly legal hit.
The refs made an incorrect call, and enforced a rule that should not have been. The rule as written in the provided link will allow an official to review the play on video to determine if the player should be injected. The Auburn player didnt even hit the WR's head, and no contact was made to the helmet. Im not sure if they can reverse the penalty after reviewing the play, but clearly an ejection would have been nullified.
That hit was insane. Might have been a little excessive for a spring game and on your own teammate, but nothing illegal. But I agree eventually a ref is going to end up throwing a guy out for a legal hit and it will cause fans to flip.
Lethal injection? You guys are right! That IS too much power for the zebras! 8^D
This post was edited by YuanT 12 months ago
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