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Tennessee Coach Josh Heupel Said Refs Told Him Last Night They Want To Change 1 Rule
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During Purdue's Music City Bowl overtime win over Tennessee on Thursday night, several Purdue players appeared to go down without serious injuries. Cameras caught moments from Boilermaker players like this... After the game, Vols head coach Josh Heupel was asked about plays like that... (The Spun)
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They should only be allowed to take a knee and stop the game to scan their cell phones or throw their hair back...and maybe to pull out a mirror and check their make up. But that's it. Like the Vols do.
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Hurricane Mike UGA was doing this years before Les Miles was in the SEC. UGA was doing this vs Clemson circa 2002
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Yeah, sure they did.
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Bum arse Les Miles started this shit
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Josh the fans want you to win games lest start with scoring More points
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Fans want this rule too, Josh. The fake injuries and timeouts that come from them make the games so much harder to watch.
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Damn, you’d never know Heupel was once a college QB. Looks like once the playing days were over, he made it a point to hit the AYCE buffets 3x a day.
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One of the greatest gifts I have ever seen was on the site when auburn player suddenly had an injury in the end zone. Somebody took that video clip and had a cartoon gopher come out of the ground and hit the player with a hammer and then go back underground. It was hilarious
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* GIFs
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Hypel
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Heupel does it also, should not try to be all innocent.Vols biggest cry babies in college football.
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Lane also tells his guys to go down. Happens all over the place.
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They have to stay out for the rest of the drive
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That’d do it. I like it. Make it happen.
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Well how does that work if your QB maybe gets one of those field turf pellets in his eye on the first play back on his 10 on the final drive of the game with no time outs? He just needs some water sprayed in his eye on the sideline. I don't think you can make a rule for the defense and not the offense so is he just done for the day?
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The QB sits out. He’s not special. Damn dude, learn to read.
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He didn't flop, he took a knee. Respect his decision.
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Respeck —c’mon man, write it fonetically.
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its embarrassing. I like that LSU kids dont do that crap
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Aggy kids do that often. I remember them doing that alot this year and I remember them doing that alot against burrow and Bama that year. Don't remember 2020 games I was out and about every weekend. Pelini and Linehan had me stressed out so I didn't watch any
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LSU started this shite about 10-12 years ago
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