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    Refs gave the game to OSU

    Big 12 had OU in their crosshairs. How many no-calls?

    Fuck the Big 12!

    #2
    You spelled Riley wrong.

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      #3
      LR was the biggest reason OU lost tonight.

      The refs were horrible tonight though. OU fans will be called sore losers but they helped OSU tonight. It is what it is.

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        #4
        This game and this shit season is 100% on FULR

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          #5
          There were 4 game-changing calls. Not missed calls, GAME CHANGING CALLS. 1. Forced fumble where the whistle was not blown, yet they call the play dead, 2. No PI for Haslewood in end zone, cost OU 4 points, 3. Picking up the late hit penalty against Brooks, 4. PI on the final drive in the end zone not called.

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            #6
            We shouldn't have been in a situation to let the refs do anything. OSU is not a good team. (Neither is OU)

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              #7
              Originally posted by Man View Post
              You spelled Riley wrong.
              Despite the shit playcalling, shit qb play and Riley, the refs fucked OU.

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                #8
                That was really bad. I mean, OU did damage to themselves which is a problem. The lack of PF calls all three times oSu started fights, the lack of obvious DPI and there were so many holds missed or flat out ignored on OSU’s offense.

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                  #9
                  Big12 refs helped osu, yes. LIncoln Riley helped osu, yes.

                  We fucked ourselves so many times. Osu is a good team but we had them and let them off the hook by being stupid.

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                    #10
                    Hopefully the “let the players decide it on the field” people learned their lesson. A no call in itself is a decision by the refs

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                      #11
                      Shitty coaching and zero discipline cost OU. Without those two the refs would have had zero bearing on this game

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Beltdancer View Post
                        There were 4 game-changing calls. Not missed calls, GAME CHANGING CALLS. 1. Forced fumble where the whistle was not blown, yet they call the play dead, 2. No PI for Haslewood in end zone, cost OU 4 points, 3. Picking up the late hit penalty against Brooks, 4. PI on the final drive in the end zone not called.
                        I had no problem picking up that flag for the unsportsmanlike push on Brooks, it being a rivalry game and all. The two obvious PIs are another matter, though, made even more amusing because they called a pretty mild one on Woodi on a crossing pattern, where that kind of coverage is pretty SOP. And then after LR's caterwauling about the first missed PI, they hold their flag on the second? I'm pissed about the stupid facemask on Brooks' long run too. Wasn't a bad call, but how often is that called so many yards downfield on a big run?

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                          #13
                          Terrible, terrible officiating. But Pokes still gave us every opportunity to put them away, and we didn't. This was just an average team with lousy coaching.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Abdulaafghan
                            ok
                            Socali's jacking material?
                            BoomerSooner2578
                            No more turning away
                            Last edited by BoomerSooner2578; 11-27-2021, 10:50 PM. Reason: edited quoted post

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                              Is this socali's warming hut?

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                                #16
                                We fielded a punt inside the 10

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                                  #17
                                  That last PI non-call was unbelievable. I have never seen one that clear not called before. It would not have guaranteed a win, but would have put us much closer with fresh downs. I guess you have to compliment the DB because if he allows the catch they lose the game, while with the penalty, they live to defend another play. And if the ref blows the call, even better.

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                                    #18
                                    Originally posted by Database Error View Post

                                    Socali's jacking material?

                                    You have it saved to your computer.

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                                      #19
                                      The refs got orders from Bowlsby to make sure OSU made the champ game. The wanted to screw OU for going to the SEC.

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                                        #20
                                        The other day, the Cowboys and Raiders played ans it was ugly.

                                        Both teams had 14 penalties.

                                        Cowboys fans complained. My exact words were that both teams were penalized the same amount and if the Cowboyas had had like 14 penalties and the Raiders only 7, THEN they would hwve a bitch.

                                        Today OU had 12 and OSU had 6.

                                        I dont mind if both teams have 12 or whatever. But there is no way to explain that much a disproportionate amount.

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                                          #21
                                          Originally posted by JerzeySooner View Post


                                          You have it saved to your computer.
                                          Fuck off limp dick. Or are you socali's midget tranny piece of ass?

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                                            #22
                                            Originally posted by Beltdancer View Post
                                            There were 4 game-changing calls. Not missed calls, GAME CHANGING CALLS. 1. Forced fumble where the whistle was not blown, yet they call the play dead, 2. No PI for Haslewood in end zone, cost OU 4 points, 3. Picking up the late hit penalty against Brooks, 4. PI on the final drive in the end zone not called.
                                            (6) Late hit out of bounds on Calebs long run.

                                            I’m not one to complain about refs but this crew definitely swung the game

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                                              #23
                                              It's Riley's job to call plays that the QB has the skills to complete. CW may turn out to be a fantastic QB but right now he's not there. His most effective gains are on broken plays not planned plays.

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                                                #24
                                                Refs were bad, but special teams and the offense doing absolutely nothing in the second half were the difference in the game.

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                                                  #25
                                                  Originally posted by TheBoots View Post
                                                  The other day, the Cowboys and Raiders played ans it was ugly.

                                                  Both teams had 14 penalties.

                                                  Cowboys fans complained. My exact words were that both teams were penalized the same amount and if the Cowboyas had had like 14 penalties and the Raiders only 7, THEN they would hwve a bitch.

                                                  Today OU had 12 and OSU had 6.

                                                  I dont mind if both teams have 12 or whatever. But there is no way to explain that much a disproportionate amount.
                                                  The timing of the penalties is what made it too obvious. Anytime OU needed some momentum they either picked the flag up or looked the other way.

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                                                    #26
                                                    Originally posted by MrQster View Post
                                                    The refs got orders from Bowlsby to make sure OSU made the champ game. The wanted to screw OU for going to the SEC.

                                                    There were definitely missed call but we fumbled a punt inside the 10.

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                                                      #27
                                                      Originally posted by Beltdancer View Post
                                                      There were 4 game-changing calls. Not missed calls, GAME CHANGING CALLS. 1. Forced fumble where the whistle was not blown, yet they call the play dead, 2. No PI for Haslewood in end zone, cost OU 4 points, 3. Picking up the late hit penalty against Brooks, 4. PI on the final drive in the end zone not called.
                                                      People will try and tell you that OU should have beaten OSU anyways but they don't know what they're talking about. If every time a team is on the brink of turning the momentum/forcing his will against his opponent only for the refs to screw them, it's going to be a massive uphill battle. You're essentially playing your opponent and against the refs all game. I'm not of the opinion the refs fixed the game, just more that their inept calls went against OU more than their inept calls went against OSU and as suggested in the above post... there were 4 of them and each of them were game pivoting plays. FACTS.

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                                                        #28
                                                        Originally posted by JerzeySooner View Post


                                                        There were definitely missed call but we fumbled a punt inside the 10.
                                                        Are you a fucking parrot? You already said that. OSU did the same thing.

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                                                          #29
                                                          Refs started the exchange, but we're the ones who covered it in stickum then firmly forced the game right into osu's hands

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                                                            #30
                                                            Originally posted by TheBoots View Post
                                                            The other day, the Cowboys and Raiders played ans it was ugly.

                                                            Both teams had 14 penalties.

                                                            Cowboys fans complained. My exact words were that both teams were penalized the same amount and if the Cowboyas had had like 14 penalties and the Raiders only 7, THEN they would hwve a bitch.

                                                            Today OU had 12 and OSU had 6.

                                                            I dont mind if both teams have 12 or whatever. But there is no way to explain that much a disproportionate amount.
                                                            In fairness, 4 or 5 of those were us jumping offsides.

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                                                              #31
                                                              Originally posted by smusooner View Post

                                                              (6) Late hit out of bounds on Calebs long run.

                                                              I’m not one to complain about refs but this crew definitely swung the game
                                                              I forgot about that one. Definitely could've been called and absolutely would have if it were Colt McCoy in the RRS, but it was close.

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                                                                #32
                                                                holy shit, I just had the most bizzarro pornographic ad come up on my screen, may have to quit bitching about the game for a minute and jerk off, anyone else see that shit?

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                                                                  #33
                                                                  Originally posted by EatLeadCommie View Post

                                                                  In fairness, 4 or 5 of those were us jumping offsides.
                                                                  While I don't disagree, we all have watched enough football to know there are a reciprocal number of same calls to be made.

                                                                  It just depends on whether they want them called.

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                                                                    #34
                                                                    Refs were a factor but there were way too many other negative things that had nothing to do with the refs. OU doesn't deserve a shot at the Big 12 Championship this year. And if this is the last time we play OSU for a long time they'll have scoreboard for a long, long time. Never to be made fun of again.

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                                                                      #35
                                                                      Originally posted by Database Error View Post

                                                                      Are you a fucking parrot? You already said that. OSU did the same thing.

                                                                      Nope, I don't have the loser mentality of a fan blaming the loss on a ref either. Cincy & OSUX have a chance to make the payoffs and the BIG!2 is struggling to survive. Millions on the line and they look a whole lot better now. Superior teams don't let the outcome of a game be determined by outside forces.

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                                                                        #36
                                                                        It was bound to happen that OSU's 2nd best team ever would beat a middle of the pack OU team. It was just unfortunate the way it went down.

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                                                                          #37
                                                                          Originally posted by EatLeadCommie View Post

                                                                          I had no problem picking up that flag for the unsportsmanlike push on Brooks, it being a rivalry game and all. The two obvious PIs are another matter, though, made even more amusing because they called a pretty mild one on Woodi on a crossing pattern, where that kind of coverage is pretty SOP. And then after LR's caterwauling about the first missed PI, they hold their flag on the second? I'm pissed about the stupid facemask on Brooks' long run too. Wasn't a bad call, but how often is that called so many yards downfield on a big run?
                                                                          The defender grabbed Brooks' mask at the same time

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                                                                            #38
                                                                            Kick coverage is easy.

                                                                            Fielding a punt is easy.

                                                                            There are lots of ways OU lost this game, but if OU was well coached on these easy basic scenarios, they win. And sometimes one single play does determine a game. Just take your pick on which one.

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                                                                              #39
                                                                              Originally posted by EatLeadCommie View Post

                                                                              I had no problem picking up that flag for the unsportsmanlike push on Brooks, it being a rivalry game and all. The two obvious PIs are another matter, though, made even more amusing because they called a pretty mild one on Woodi on a crossing pattern, where that kind of coverage is pretty SOP. And then after LR's caterwauling about the first missed PI, they hold their flag on the second? I'm pissed about the stupid facemask on Brooks' long run too. Wasn't a bad call, but how often is that called so many yards downfield on a big run?
                                                                              I do. It was obvious and right in front of the ref. Now, if he had not thrown a flag, then that is different. But, if you throw it, you need to call it, unless there is something that was seen better by another ref, like on an out of bounds call. That was not the case. That was a long ref discussion where "judgment was changed" not the facts.

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                                                                                #40
                                                                                Originally posted by JerzeySooner View Post


                                                                                Nope, I don't have the loser mentality of a fan blaming the loss on a ref either. Cincy & OSUX have a chance to make the payoffs and the BIG!2 is struggling to survive. Millions on the line and they look a whole lot better now. Superior teams don't let the outcome of a game be determined by outside forces.
                                                                                You numbskull. I never said OU was a good or great team. Clearly they aren't and I understand that IF they were better all around the refs have less of a chance to fuck it up. However the refs did affect the outcome of this game with many bullshit calls/no-calls. When the tv announcers question 3 or 4 calls in favor of fosu it started to become a pattern.

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                                                                                  #41
                                                                                  On a positive note: we can finally revisit 2014 and acknowledge why fielding a kick is important instead of letting a PR run wide open and untouched for a score. There was plenty of evidence to support that tonight.

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                                                                                    #42
                                                                                    Originally posted by Database Error View Post
                                                                                    Big 12 had OU in their crosshairs. How many no-calls?

                                                                                    Fuck the Big 12!
                                                                                    Clearly the no calls, and there were many important no calls, was a B12 middle finger to a departing school. The only question I have is will this give impetus to joining the SEC early? I would think another year would be intolerable. And should the SCOTUS pave the way to pay for play which would be an incentive to leave the NCAA and monetize basketball fully, I would think compliance would be a safe precedent for becoming part of a breakaway with the SEC.

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                                                                                      #43
                                                                                      Originally posted by dirtstar View Post

                                                                                      People will try and tell you that OU should have beaten OSU anyways but they don't know what they're talking about. If every time a team is on the brink of turning the momentum/forcing his will against his opponent only for the refs to screw them, it's going to be a massive uphill battle. You're essentially playing your opponent and against the refs all game. I'm not of the opinion the refs fixed the game, just more that their inept calls went against OU more than their inept calls went against OSU and as suggested in the above post... there were 4 of them and each of them were game pivoting plays. FACTS.
                                                                                      And the reason I think those "inept" calls went more against OU is because of certain internal biases that refs as humans have. Isn't it amazing how many of these "inept" calls seem to benefit a home team in front of a raucous crowd. Why would that occur so often. It is the same reason that it happens in basketball games.

                                                                                      There is no way, in my mind that the flag for throwing Brooks to the ground late, would have been picked up if an OU linemen had done that to an OSU player tonight.

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                                                                                        #44
                                                                                        Originally posted by Highfligher View Post
                                                                                        Refs were a factor but there were way too many other negative things that had nothing to do with the refs. OU doesn't deserve a shot at the Big 12 Championship this year. And if this is the last time we play OSU for a long time they'll have scoreboard for a long, long time. Never to be made fun of again.

                                                                                        They don't ever have scoreboard. Not when OU has 3 times more conference titles than OSU does wins in the series. There are two goals in the college football season. Win the conference title and hopefully play for the national title.

                                                                                        No one gives a fuck about head to head match-ups except programs that have never won a national title or only have a few max. Single game scoreboard are for loser programs like OSU, Texas, and Texas A&M.

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                                                                                          #45
                                                                                          Originally posted by zcaa0g View Post
                                                                                          It was bound to happen that OSU's 2nd best team ever would beat a middle of the pack OU team. It was just unfortunate the way it went down.
                                                                                          OU at least went down with a fight. Unlike 2011 when they just showed up and agreed to let the Pokes go in dry all night long.

                                                                                          Problem is our fighting technique is severely lacking. Like… bringing a knife to a gunfight-lacking.

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                                                                                            #46
                                                                                            Originally posted by zcaa0g View Post


                                                                                            They don't ever have scoreboard. Not when OU has 3 times more conference titles than OSU does wins in the series. There are two goals in the college football season. Win the conference title and hopefully play for the national title.

                                                                                            No one gives a fuck about head to head match-ups except programs that have never won a national title or only have a few max. Single game scoreboard are for loser programs like OSU, Texas, and Texas A&M.
                                                                                            Relax man, it was a joke. Hence the last sentence.

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                                                                                              #47
                                                                                              Originally posted by 49cent View Post

                                                                                              OU at least went down with a fight. Unlike 2011 when they just showed up and agreed to let the Pokes go in dry all night long.

                                                                                              Problem is our fighting technique is severely lacking. Like… bringing a knife to a gunfight-lacking.

                                                                                              Good point. I'm still trying to decipher Landry's hand-off attempt to Finch.

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                                                                                                #48
                                                                                                OU made enough mistakes to lose that game twice over. The problem is that OSU made even more. OU outgained them on the ground and in the air, possessed the ball for 35 minutes, and won the turnover margin. Granting that both teams played for 60 full minutes like they’d never been coached in the game of football, it came down to a blatant personal foul flag being picked up with no explanation, and a couple poor no-calls on DPI on OU receivers, including in the endzone on the final drive.

                                                                                                The picked-up flag after a long conference and a very transparent call from upstairs is the most bush league thing I’ve ever seen in any sport. This isn’t even personal with the Pokes, who have a good team despite all that they did tonight to suggest otherwise. But this conference sucked OU and Texas dry, got personally offended when we cut them off, and in the end shamelessly stole a game as if that’ll get their tens of millions back. I’ll be rooting for Baylor, as much as I don’t want to, because that’s what the league deserves now and forever, or at least for the couple more years it lasts. Goodbye Little 8. Some of you were cool. Most of you belong where you’re going now.

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                                                                                                  #49
                                                                                                  Originally posted by 1soonerinoregon View Post

                                                                                                  And the reason I think those "inept" calls went more against OU is because of certain internal biases that refs as humans have. Isn't it amazing how many of these "inept" calls seem to benefit a home team in front of a raucous crowd. Why would that occur so often. It is the same reason that it happens in basketball games.

                                                                                                  There is no way, in my mind that the flag for throwing Brooks to the ground late, would have been picked up if an OU linemen had done that to an OSU player tonight.
                                                                                                  That or not calling Sanders for fighting with Asamoah (unprovoked by Asamoah), the Bray kid fighting with Woodi Washington (again unprovoked). But oh, my fucking God… Woodi picks up a flag for pointing his finger at the aggy after picking off a pass. How horribly offensive is that?!? A finger?!? I mean, stomp a guy on the ground and throw punches but don’t you DARE point your finger at a guy!!!

                                                                                                  Lets not even get started on the definition of pass interference… that which this crew flat out ignored.

                                                                                                  OU beat themselves with the obvious things like the offsides, the false starts, a couple holds and kicking the ball out of bounds. But that wasn’t the half of what all was flagged and or not flagged. The last no-call (fourth of the day) DPI in the endzone told me somebody in stripes didn’t give a shit to make the call. That’s as obvious and flagrant as it gets.

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                                                                                                    #50
                                                                                                    Originally posted by Database Error View Post
                                                                                                    Big 12 had OU in their crosshairs. How many no-calls?

                                                                                                    Fuck the Big 12!
                                                                                                    I remember this….

                                                                                                    Originally posted by ]=zcaa0g View Post
                                                                                                    OSU fans still don't comprehend penalties. Dumb asses.
                                                                                                    It seems ou fan doesn’t understand penalties. Ou was bailed out and drives kept alive on many penalties.

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