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RE: GAMEDAY THREAD: App State at Tennessee 7:30pm et SEC Network
(09-02-2016 06:23 AM)eaglewraith Wrote:  
(09-02-2016 12:48 AM)T-Dog Wrote:  The winning touchdown was a either bounce pass or a play you can't do in the NFL. I expect that to change in the off-season.

Had our chances to win and didn't. No moral victories here.

Are you expecting a rule change?

I wouldn't be surprised. Under current rules, for example, if the ball had bounced forward and out of bounds instead of into the endzone, it would have been returned to the spot where the fumble occurred rather than where it went out of bounds. If you let a team benefit from a fumble, what's to keep them from fumbling on purpose if they see a teammate standing in the endzone?
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