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3 minutes ago, SteelCityColt said:

See that annoys me so much.

 

Look you know the play will be reviewed as it's a scoring play, let it stand, check the review. 

 

You've gotta call it the way that you see it.  As a ref, I would feel terrible if I made a call that I didn't think was correct just to facilitate replay, and then the replay ended up not having a good angle or was obstructed in some way and the play ended up standing due to lack of visual evidence.  And I'm thinking to myself, "I'm pretty sure the call that I made on the field wasn't correct."  You've gotta just call what you see.

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