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Analyzing The Play That Won The Big 12 Championship

December 7, 2021
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Smoaky, Paul and Craig reflect the final play of the 2021 Big 12 Championship between Oklahoma State and Baylor. 

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Analyzing The Play That Won The Big 12 Championship

5,480 Views | 4 Replies | Last: 6 mo ago by Louise Romano
James Weaver
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The culture created by believing the defense can still win even when we miss on 4th down is what made this defense believe they could win over OK State with 4 consecutive goal line stops. I believe we were able to win other games earlier this year because we successfully made first downs on 4th down tries. I think Aranda is smarter than all the second guessers out there. Perhaps we should keep our critical comments to ourselves. Obviously all the arm chair coaches could not even come close to winning the big 12. So admit it and be supportive.
BellCountyBear
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James Weaver said:

The culture created by believing the defense can still win even when we miss on 4th down is what made this defense believe they could win over OK State with 4 consecutive goal line stops. I believe we were able to win other games earlier this year because we successfully made first downs on 4th down tries. I think Aranda is smarter than all the second guessers out there. Perhaps we should keep our critical comments to ourselves. Obviously all the arm chair coaches could not even come close to winning the big 12. So admit it and be supportive.
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Jack Bauer
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Amazing that we didn't score after 5:29 in the 2nd Quarter and still won!
Louise Romano
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This is what I have been talking about. THERE IS NO PENALTY FOR CALLING A TO WHEN YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY IN NCAA FOOTBALL. The refs simply inform the team they have none and keep going. The refs proper response should have been to do NOTHING or ignore the TO. I suppose we are fortunate the back judge blew the whistle which allowed us to reset. I don't know WHY we needed to call time out there but there must have been a personnel issue.

Had that back judge ignored our TO call OSU snaps the ball and then who knows. That is the beauty of it all. We'll never know bc we don't need to know. If you watch the replay watch their running back take just a smidgeon of a move lateral but maybe ONE YARD backwards and that gives McVea just enough time to get into a hard sprint with the narrowest of angles to work with and the rest is history.

I wonder if this will be "that" play that is a rule changer and they initiate a delay of game penalty or something. Of course, in this case with the ball at the six inch line that would have move it to the three inch line so who cares. It was very chaotic and I thought they were really going to score due to our being out of sorts. Heck, Bernard is still looking around when the ball is snapped. Crazy crazy crazy!
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