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evil cockroach
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Home Clock Advantage



Why da frick didn't the clock operator stop the clock with like 3 or 4 seconds left? See LSU - Ole Miss 1972!






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LarryDavid
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re: Home Clock Advantage


nobody blew him





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gatordmb89
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He wasn't down until 1 second was left.





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LOYALBAMA
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Yep. The refs gave this one to aubren.





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au4you
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nope, pretty sure we won the game





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evil cockroach
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He wasn't down until 1 second was left.


and?

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1972 - Jones to Davis;. "The Night The Clock Stopped" -- #6 LSU survived an upset bid from unranked Ole Miss in Tiger Stadium by winning the game on a TD pass from QB Bert Jones to RB Brad Davis. Ole Miss fans say the 1972 contest featured a few seconds of free football. The Tigers trailed the Rebels 16-10 with four seconds to play and the ball on the Ole Miss ten yard line. After a short incompletion by Jones to Jimmy LeDoux at the goal line, the game clock still showed one second remaining. The Tigers used the precious second to win the game on the "last play," 17-16. The home-clock advantage inspired a sign at the Louisiana state line reading, "You are now entering Louisiana. Set your clocks back four seconds."


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CNB
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The refs didn't give anything to auburn. Our offense blew this game. Starting with Garcia. Our defense tired out





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Stanky Legg
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Are you really bringing up something from almost 40 years ago? I think you cheer for the wrong team.

FWIW, the refs start and stop the clock from the field. That's what those whistles and swinging arms are for. Derp derp.






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blzr
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I love South Carolina fans . Hell of game.





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beaver
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It still would've taken over a second to call a timeout

Also, I noticed many times (I know it was just ESPN clock and not official) the clock kept running a when people went out of bounds






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MTurbo
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The refs didn't give anything to auburn. Our offense blew this game. Starting with Garcia. Our defense tired out


I agree with this. As an Auburn fan it's hard to judge anything from this because USCe offense was so bad.






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Stanky Legg
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CNB


All class.

Good luck the rest of the year.






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MTurbo
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It still would've taken over a second to call a timeout


They were out of timeouts, right?






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Stanky Legg
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It still would've taken over a second to call a timeout


No timeouts left. Would have had to get a play off, which you can't do.






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CNB
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We'll need it.





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evil cockroach
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I think you cheer for the wrong team.


I'm not cheering for any team in particular. I'm just saying that usually you see the clock act "favorably" toward the home team. Here, the operator just let it run out!






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Stanky Legg
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We'll need it.


It's never as good or bad as it seems. Y'all will bounce back... you don't have another real game for a month. Plenty of time to work on details.






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Stanky Legg
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Here, the operator just let it run out!


Because he doesn't stop it until the refs on the field tell him to. That's how foozeball works.

If you'll notice, the clock doesn't stop the instant someone goes out of bounds either. Takes a second or two for the refs to signal for time to stop and for the operator to react.



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AU86
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The
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refs didn't give anything to auburn. Our offense blew this game. Starting with Garcia. Our defense tired out


You see A USCe fan mans up and does not bitch about it. Only the Whos bitch and whine.






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evil cockroach
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Because he doesn't stop it until the refs on the field tell him to. That's how foozeball works.

If you'll notice, the clock doesn't stop the instant someone goes out of bounds either. Takes a second or two for the refs to signal for time to stop and for the operator to react.


I know that, I understand the rules. What I'm saying is that the operator will "help" the home team out like stopping the clock maybe a few seconds early on a play. Or, stopping the clock right when a player signals timeout and NOT when the ref signals it. Again, Home Clock Advantage.

Obviously, the clock operator must of been a closet Clemson fan



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