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Which team is dirtier?

Which team is dirtier?  

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Oh this is going to be fun!

 

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What am I missing on the Air Force play?

 

AFA's #12 intentionally directly ram his helmet into SJSU's #4. Blindsided him and KOing him. #4 was kept out of the rest of the game. #12 was ejected. Press play and watch #12 come up from the bottom left corner of the frame and make a bee-line for #4. He left #26 completely unblocked.

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Byu hands down.  Everyone knows it.  So do the Zoobs.

But I'm sure Stunner will be posting in a minute how we all obsess over Byu.   Your players are dirty.  Always have been always will. Deal with it.

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I love this selective editing. It makes it look like Boysee had the ball and BYU was trying to take it away. BYU had it in possession on the ground WAY before the Boysee player came in late. 

And what a shot -- full force!

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I love this selective editing. It makes it look like Boysee had the ball and BYU was trying to take it away. BYU had it in possession on the ground WAY before the Boysee player came in late. 

And what a shot -- full force!

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No comparison.  One of these is an actual football play which until two years ago wasn't a penalty.   The other one has nothing to do with football.

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I love this selective editing. It makes it look like Boysee had the ball and BYU was trying to take it away. BYU had it in possession on the ground WAY before the Boysee player came in late. 

The Boise player came in late to grab the ball. No idea why he did, but he did.

I guess that justifies getting punched in the nuts...

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Byu hands down.  Everyone knows it.  So do the Zoobs.

But I'm sure Stunner will be posting in a minute how we all obsess over Byu.   Your players are dirty.  Always have been always will. Deal with it.

Yeah, it's interesting.. Anytime someone brings up facts, video, clear examples of poor sportsmanship and lack of action from an institution, somehow BYU is "the most popular" team and everyone is "obsessed" and everyone else is at fault..

 

I'm amazed at the lack of accountability from BYU and their fans from some of the sewage going on the last year from Provo.

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Always nice to see Utenation come back and drop the hammer on BYU !! 

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I love this selective editing. It makes it look like Boysee had the ball and BYU was trying to take it away. BYU had it in possession on the ground WAY before the Boysee player came in late. 

And what a shot -- full force!

Ha ha, that's a pretty lame attempt to justify a nut punch for a guy that was going after the football.

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AFA's #12 intentionally directly ram his helmet into SJSU's #4. Blindsided him and KOing him. #4 was kept out of the rest of the game. #12 was ejected. Press play and watch #12 come up from the bottom left corner of the frame and make a bee-line for #4. He left #26 completely unblocked.

Not arguing that it met the definition of targeting because it was helmet to helmet, but that's a legally designed block - so yes, he intentionally hit him because that was his job on that play - his problem was he hit too high and also, I think,  he expected Tago to actually turn towards him; for some reason he wasn't.  Like some others have said, two years ago that wouldn't be a penalty, but now it is.  I know some Spartan fans disagree, but I fail to see intentional malice in that play, poor execution of a block - yes and it sucks that it took Tago out, he was having a great game.  And, he left #26 unblocked because that was the pulling guard's job, it's traditional inside out blocking.  

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Ha ha, that's a pretty lame attempt to justify a nut punch for a guy that was going after the football.

Don't worry, I'm sure it will be "handled internally" again..

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Whoa guys. Take it easy on the Zoobs. If you have 12 kids and 3 wives you'd want to punch something too. 

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Oh this is going to be fun!

 

From 2011?  Wow, you are an ad click whore.  :)

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From 2011?  Wow, you are an ad click whore.  :)

I am what I am.  Can't fault me for being honest.  And it was from 2001.. :P 

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