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Saturday, December 01, 2007
Still no SEC Championship
Tennessee had their chances in this one, only to see them thrown away on two bad throws by Eric Ainge. One bad throw gives LSU a free TD and the other caps off any chance the Vols had to win the game. Honorable mention for the loss--Daniel Lincoln's choking under pressure and missing two field goals in the game. He makes those and as we're only down by one as we start our last drive. Ainge might not have to force the ball in and instead play for a game-winning field goal. Instead, we drop to 2-3 in SEC Championship games and having not won one in nine years.

Of course, it wasn't helped that LSU was helped and cheating. Helped by a couple of non-calls, esp. a pass interference with their guy having two hands in the back and shoving a receiver. And cheating by continuing to keep Ryan Perrilioux in the game while bleeding. I believe the rules state that if you can't stop the blood, he has to come out. And I call soaking through the bandages still bleeding openly. That's why they had everyone around him on the sidelines when they'd work on him. CBS arrogantly assumed that it was to keep them out of it, but it was so hide the condition from officials who might make him come out of the game. Beyond the cheating, shouldn't we think about the player here. If he's bleeding that much, he needs stitches and medical attention. Glad to see where Les Miles concerns are--not with his players obviously.

Speaking of CBS, I thought maybe just maybe we might get some better coverage this week with the A-team there.

That's what I get for assuming...

Dear heavens, I thought the freakin' Tim Tebow love was terrible. But I guess with no Tebow, we had to have someone to love and this week it was Ryan Perrilioux. And the bias showed even in the choice of words. When talking about Ainge for a few minutes, they said Ainge would have to "steal" and SEC Championship. Never mind that he and his team earned their way there by winning out and that he lead them there. Oh no, he had to "steal" a win in this one. He couldn't earn it because, well, he's not Tim Tebow or Ryan Perilioux.

I expected something close to a professionally called game from you CBS, but once again I was sorely disappointed. Your pictures of the game are nice to look at...too bad the words covering the game weren't. Well, the pictures were nice for the most part except when you had technical difficulties when...wait for it...Tennessee had the ball. Of course. I expect nothing less from you now than a complete lack of professionalism when you cover games. That doesn't mean I'll let it go.

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posted by Michael Hickerson at 12/01/2007 07:00:00 PM | |
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i have not been impressed with any of the game calling i've watched this year. not sure if it was a south carolina game or a bama game, but i remember a night espn game where a team was going downfield in a game winning situation and one the announcers said "what do you think of brittney?" an attempt to bring light to brittney spears happenings from that week. awful

i didn't watch the game that closely last night, but if you are calling the perriloux situation cheating i'd say you are a little too involved. you had the best officiating individuals for their position out there, one of them would have seen something and called it. or possibly the bleeding wasn't anything out of the normal from what the officials see on a week to week basis.
 
Actually, we learned today that it wasn't the best crew, but the best guy from all the crews. I think that made a big difference.
 
well i think that we had a couple of really bad calls not go our way but we cant blame the bad calls on us for losing the game!!!! i mean yea the 2 pass interference calls would have helped but i mean if we think bout it the ints we thrown is what beat us!! the one that they scored on eric had austin rogers over the middle WIDE OPEN i think that would have been his first read but i guess not!! but after all that we shill had a shot to win and we done a pretty good job driving down the field to put ourself in a game ting spot and then he had the WR. and he waited for a second to long to throw the ball and the defence was there to pic it but i cant just turn on ainge now that he didnt do that good in the sec champion ship game cause if it wasnt for him we wouldnt have made it in the first place we would have been 7-6 or something around that record but i was very disappointed in our offence bc we didnt move the ball the whole game besides the 2 drives that we scored on
 
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