roughing - is an action in which a defender, having missed an attempt to block a kick, tackles the kicker or otherwise runs into the kicker in a way that might injure the kicker or his vulnerable extended kicking legI think I don't understand the rule as well on the punting penalty. I just thought OSU player f-ed up by putting himself in that position in the first place.
Agreed, I don't see how this is was catch and a football move and that one wasn't.Sorry folks. But I keep watching that overturned scoop and score by Ohio State. The receiver catches the ball and takes three steps before the ball comes out. I really don’t understand how it could in any conceivable way be overturned. And so quickly. Refs absolutely screwed up on that one.
I've always heard that coaches have this standardized lookup table on when to go for 2 or not, depending on the game scores.I'm still trying to figure out what kicking the extra point did for OSU. You are up 2 points in getting it. Why not go for two?
It's the 4th quarter with few possessions left. I don't get it. There was 12 minutes left in the game.Too much time left to not take the automatic point, IMHO. In the NFL you go for 2 since the kick is not 99% probable.
If clemson had scored a TD then they can only go up by as many as 6. Turns out they didn't but I can see the logic.It's the 4th quarter with few possessions left. I don't get it. There was 12 minutes left in the game.
Up one or 2, a field goal beats you. I just don't get it.