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A great call by the coach that will never count but should have.....

After 20 years of coaching I have learned not to complain about officials, but what the hell, I am a fan now. The flee-flicker run to perfection was a great call by a coach that I believe would have given us all the momentum, and ended in a Bronco victory was the worst call ever and I will explain why.after the jump.  But here is the definition of an illegal chop block.... An offense player tries to cut block a defensive player that is already being blocked by another offensive player. The second block may need to be below the thigh or knee, depending on the code.



First of all Knoshone was the first player to make contact the Defensive player was running free and Knoshone turned his back. the defender tried to hurdle him and there was contact below the waist but the second offensive player then comes over and blocks the defensive player from the side but there still was not simultanious contact.  But the biggest reason it was avery bad call is the rule clearly states the the defensive player must already be being blocked or engaged It was reaally obvious that knoshone made contact first. tell me what you think.

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