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    Re: Watching the Big 12 Championship game

    You really have to feel for UC, they were basically in the National Championship game and had it taken away.
    Now that is better.

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    Re: Watching the Big 12 Championship game

    Yup, looks like UC went ahead of TCU, would have been another controversy.

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    Re: Watching the Big 12 Championship game

    If this game is played in Lincoln or Omaha does that second get put back on that clock? I wonder.

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    Re: Watching the Big 12 Championship game

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    If this game is played in Lincoln or Omaha does that second get put back on that clock? I wonder.
    I forever will yell about the clock not stopping immediately from here on out.

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    Re: Watching the Big 12 Championship game

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=4725231

    Updated: December 8, 2009, 4:30 PM ET
    McCoy says he didn't know rule

    NEW YORK -- Texas quarterback Colt McCoy didn't realize the football must hit something before the clock stops when he tossed away a pass at the end of Longhorns' 13-12 victory against Nebraska -- a gaffe that nearly left his team with no time to kick the game-winning field goal.

    McCoy says he thought the clock stopped on a pass out of bounds as soon as it crossed the first-down marker. Had he known the rule, he says, he wouldn't have floated a long and high pass over the bench area that didn't touch down until it appeared to hit a railing near the stands.

    After McCoy's pass, the clock hit :00 and the Cornhuskers began to celebrate. But one second was put back on after officials looked at a replay, enough time for Texas to kick the winning field goal.


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