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ncfan

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What a Blown BAD call

 

Dam

 

4th and 11

 

At midfield

 

 

TIED

 

With 3 min left

 

And you fake the punt and lose

 

Holy poooo

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Yeah, Bama still had thier d on the field. They were ready for a fake, call the time out and punt that thing away. 

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