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
This post was edited on 10/1 at 7:06 pm