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Irish got lucky on two key calls

Was there a Cardinal sin committed in South Bend on Saturday? Maybe two. No. 7 Notre Dame beat No. 17 Stanford, 20-13, in overtime. But in my opinion, the Irish had the benefit of two controversial calls that not only helped the Irish tie the game to force overtime, but also prevented the Cardinal from scoring the game-tying touchdown in overtime. Let's start with the the last...
Via FOX Sports
October 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Stanford-Notre Dame ends on controversial replay ruling

Notre Dame beat Stanford 20-13 on Saturday after the referees reviewed a 4th and goal play in overtime and ruled that Cardinal running back Stepfan Taylor was short of the goal line. The Cardinal handed the ball to Taylor, who had 28 carries for 102 yards, on their final play of the game. After initially appearing to be stuffed in the backfield, Taylor kept moving and wiggled his...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 13, 2012  |  Discuss

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