by Larry LeoDecember 4, 2019
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The SEC has explained the reasoning behind the clock management before halftime of Saturday's Iron Bowl. The play in question was when they added one second to the clock which led to an Auburn field goal at the end of the half. The SEC's statement sent to AL.com...
“At the end of the 1st half in the Alabama vs Auburn game, during a play that resulted in a first down inbounds, the game clock went to 0:00. Replay stopped the game to review the clock. The decision from the Instant Replay Official was that video evidence showed there was 1 second on the clock when the player was down so the clock operator was instructed to put 1 second back on the game clock. The referee came back out to the line of scrimmage and informed both teams that the clock would start on the ready for play. The referee got back in position and blew his whistle and wound the clock. The snap was off before the clock went to 0:00.”
Filed Under: SEC Football
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