Delay of Game–on the DEFENSE??????

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  • #32170

    NoPittyHere
    Muskets:

    What a putrid excuse of “officiating” is the Big 12.

    I know WVU is the redheaded stepchild of the Big 12, but come on…

    #32173
    MotownMama
    MotownMama
    Muskets:

    Refs tried their best to give the game to Baylor

    #32251

    catfish57
    Muskets:

    I believe that we do get bad calls. The TCU game proved that.

    #32310

    mexman
    Muskets:

    SImulating the snap count.

    We crapped the bed, no officiating conspiracy guys.

    #32312

    POWVA
    Muskets:

    No conspiracy. Just a bad game by the refs with us being on the short end of the calls. Team played poorly though.

    #32319

    mexman
    Muskets:

    Text with my buddy during the games, he is always complaining about the calls. Generally I just don’t see the issue. The PF on Winfield was a little weak but what Dana was really hot about were the non calls – holding on their O-line.

    Once momentum shifts like it did, you’re probably not getting those calls. Just the way it goes.

    I think McDougal being gassed really hurt, he wa manhandling their interior early on.

    #32341

    Ccteam
    Muskets:

    Why can’t more players have to be mixed in for a series or two.  I understand they are not as good, but neither are the starters when they are completely gassed.  The coaches know who is ready and who is not.  I’m not suggesting I know better than them.  Just asking have they all got themselves a bit of group think going about unwillingness to rest anyone?

    #32356
    Kevin Kinder
    Kevin Kinder
    Muskets:

    The lack of holding calls was the biggest issue to me.  The pass interference calls were all good calls, or at least defendable.  But Shuler and McDougle got held consistently.

    WVU has tried to sub guys in, and they did it along the DLine for much of the game. But, we saw the results when Avery was out for the second half and Shuler missed time in the 4th Q. The dropoff is significant.  It’s not that the coaches aren’t thinking about it and trying to get guys ready to sub in. It’s just the results that have them opting against it a lot of the time.

    #32540
    Butlereer
    Butlereer
    Muskets:

    DL has always been the problem.  Hopefully this recruiting class will help that.  I’d hope Holgs pulls in one more DT and a few more DL in next year’s class.

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