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Leftyatthewashout.com @leftymusic @grookster @beng803
Totally hilarious. There were acutally a few Michigan fans on their board that were trying to defend that call saying that there really was never a good angle shown to refute the call and anyway, the ref was right there so how could he miss it?
Just an example of digging your heels and refusing to admit that which is staring you in the face.
That video is the perfect way to refute and show how silly that argument is.
A few follow up thoughts:
1. Both of your daughters are smarter than the refs with better eye sight and command of the rules.
2. Both of your daughters could coach LSU, with their amazing talent, to at least 8 wins per year, not counting a bowl victory.
3. Both of your daughters are more mature than the head cheerleader at Moo U. and act with more class and intelligence.
4. Both of your daughters would have been able to lead LSU to a win over Clemsux and would have known not to throw the ball of 3 straight plays without using up much of the clock in order to pick up a first down and/or force the taters to use some TOs.
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Oh my, it's so obvious even a 3 yr. old can see it.
I bet even a caveman could see that.
That made my day!!
You have got to send this to espn. I'll bet they would play it. I'm sure the game day crew would.
Bout to go viral...
"I used to walk up a hill to and from school in my days", says every Clemson student ever.
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