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Discussion in 'Swamp Gas' started by twodaparty, Oct 5, 2013.
We need official information. This could kill us in that game.
agreed... need confirmation.
BTW- what a total BS call.
I thought that was only for head targeting penalty only. I could be wrong but I thought that was the rule.
I know that ref needs to be investigated if he is out for first half of lsu. This is the biggest call of the season!
naw... getting ejected for fighting has always resulted in missing a half of the next game.
The question is, does getting ejected for total BS result in missing a half of the next game?
What did he even do? I never saw a replay
Only fighting and Targeting.
HUGH.... Anyone please have a rule book.
He stuck is finger in the chest of ref.deserve thrown out but I think he is ok for LSU
Hope he learned a lesson
Then Refs need to keep their hands off players as well
Maybe Hugh does.
According to folks on twitter (journalists) he is out for the first half.
And now per the SEC he is NOT out.
You guys are wrong, he got ejected for touching the ref, but he was trying to point to the player that did him wrong. So the ref ejected Harrison for touching him with his index finger. That's exactly what it looked like to me.
Refs were looking for any reason to throw a flag on us all night, need to keep those fingers holstered.
I am sure the fans won't keep their fingers holstered for the refs
Wingtee, you are flat wrong. That official was in Harrison's face. If he touched the official it was pretty incidental. Why should an official be allowed to invade a player's space as aggressively as this guy did unless he is intervening in a fight? He was not in this case; and I think he actually initiated contact.
For whatever reason, ESPN chose not to give a good view of the situation and obsess about it the way they would if Harrison had been clearly at fault.
Shaky call for sure; certainly borderline BS.
He will not be suspended for next week's game.
Muschamp was asked about it and all he said was, "Harrison did something he shouldn't have done and that's all I'm going to say about it."
In other words when asked to comment by reporters, I'm not getting into details with you.