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Monday, September 18, 2006

For What It's Worth...

The controversy continues. Pac-10 Commissioner Tom Hansen (pictured) issued a statement today; "Errors clearly were made and not corrected, and for that we apologize to the University of Oklahoma, coach Bob Stoops and his players, they played an outstanding college football game, as did Oregon, and it is regrettable that the outcome of the contest was affected by the officiating," read the entire story at the Eugene Register Guard website.

My perspective as an Oregon fan watching on television. From the camera angles provided by the TV Network it was not possible to tell if the ball had traveled the required 10 yards. A camera would have had to been placed exactly at the point perpendicular to the said 10 yard mark and it wasn't. Maybe there was additional footage that wasn't made public, if that is the case I think they should make it public to erase any doubt.

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