Week 8 - 2012

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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 9:02 pm

Beulah scores...late in game
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby 5-time state chump » Fri Oct 12, 2012 9:02 pm

Beulah scores .... game over.
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby 5-time state chump » Fri Oct 12, 2012 9:03 pm

The way the announcers are going crazy...along with crowd..not once...but continuously...sounds like refs aren't that "football intelligent".
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby sportsfan33 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 9:32 pm

Yes either way the refs get blamed I'm cure carrington got away with penalties also. The commenters always over react to refs. They always use their sarcastic comments to blame the game on the refs both teams have had great seasons but game is over now. Nothing they can do now
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 9:38 pm

sportsfan33 wrote:Yes either way the refs get blamed I'm cure carrington got away with penalties also. The commenters always over react to refs. They always use their sarcastic comments to blame the game on the refs both teams have had great seasons but game is over now. Nothing they can do now


but look to next week...
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby 5-time state chump » Fri Oct 12, 2012 10:32 pm

sportsfan33 wrote:Yes either way the refs get blamed



They got blamed in the Packers-Seahawks game also. People will always find a way to complain.
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby sportsfan33 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 10:35 pm

Exactly and it is just funny because they will realize sports are only a minor part of life
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby Bisonguy06 » Sat Oct 13, 2012 6:52 am

sportsfan33 wrote:Yes either way the refs get blamed I'm cure carrington got away with penalties also. The commenters always over react to refs. They always use their sarcastic comments to blame the game on the refs both teams have had great seasons but game is over now. Nothing they can do now


By that, I think you mean that the Carrington radio guys often overreact to the refs, and I would agree. I listened to a different game involving Carrington this year and their presentation was very one-sided. They were constantly pointing out penalties that could have been called on the visiting team, and they questioned nearly everything called on Carrington.

I guess there are two approaches that the radio guys can take - they can try to be "fair and balanced," or they can be homers for their team. The Carrington guys take the 'homer' approach, from my experience. That's fine, I guess, but the listeners will end up thinking that Carrington got jobbed by the refs every time they lose.
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby sportsfan33 » Sat Oct 13, 2012 3:55 pm

Bisonguy06 wrote:
sportsfan33 wrote:Yes either way the refs get blamed I'm cure carrington got away with penalties also. The commenters always over react to refs. They always use their sarcastic comments to blame the game on the refs both teams have had great seasons but game is over now. Nothing they can do now


By that, I think you mean that the Carrington radio guys often overreact to the refs, and I would agree. I listened to a different game involving Carrington this year and their presentation was very one-sided. They were constantly pointing out penalties that could have been called on the visiting team, and they questioned nearly everything called on Carrington.

I guess there are two approaches that the radio guys can take - they can try to be "fair and balanced," or they can be homers for their team. The Carrington guys take the 'homer' approach, from my experience. That's fine, I guess, but the listeners will end up thinking that Carrington got jobbed by the refs every time they lose.


Precisely when all in all refs miss calls on both sides of the ball. No matter what it happens that's a part of the game. Always has always will be.
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby EHS1998 » Mon Oct 15, 2012 8:51 am

With respect to the "we got jobbed" notion, does anyone really think the officials care who wins a high school football game in North Dakota? Of course they miss calls, like anyone of us would, but inferring an offical is purposefully one sided is kind of ludicrous considering the relative importance of these games. I have made this error myself before and when I take a step back it really is crazy to think that.
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby Mighty-Mouse » Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:31 am

With respect to the refs, they have two eyes which to see at a different angle then what we, the "home crowd," see in the stands. Just a little food for thought.

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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby Indy5 » Mon Oct 15, 2012 8:16 pm

EHS1998 wrote:With respect to the "we got jobbed" notion, does anyone really think the officials care who wins a high school football game in North Dakota? Of course they miss calls, like anyone of us would, but inferring an offical is purposefully one sided is kind of ludicrous considering the relative importance of these games. I have made this error myself before and when I take a step back it really is crazy to think that.

Honestly, I do think some refs do care. Maybe not an entire crew, but I have a hard time believing there hasn't come a time where a ref has purposely screwed a team. Is it rare? Most likely. Has it happened before? Probably.
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Re: Week 8 - 2012

Postby Bull Herbie » Tue Oct 16, 2012 6:34 am

I completly agree with you Indy. I have seen many games where one ref always seems to make that key call on big plays, or just blows the call so badly, that it makes you wonder if he's bias or just has no clue what he is doing. I don't mind bad officiating as much if they are bad both ways.
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