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Popsickle

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Just want to say how fuging stupid the rule on reviewable penalties is on the poor snap on fourth down.   For those who watched it I am sure you are recovering from your aneurysm too. 

SO fuging RETARDED. 

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1 hour ago, Popsickle said:

Just want to say how fuging stupid the rule on reviewable penalties is on the poor snap on fourth down.   For those who watched it I am sure you are recovering from your aneurysm too. 

SO fuging RETARDED. 

and to only be able to review certain ones

There was clearly illegal motion on Bama on that play but only able to review the players but not the other penalty.

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