WHO FIXED THE OLE MISS GAME UNDER

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prhino

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I AM HAPPY I AM FINALLY ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF A FIXED GAME. IS ANYONE WATCHING HOW LONG THE GAME CLOCK CONTINUES TO RUN AFTER AN OUT OF BOUNDS PLAY OR A DEAD BALL?
 

PatrickMcIrish

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Yep. Every time it should stop for a first down or something they run several seconds off. I was wondering about it myself. Wasn't lucky enough to have the under though. Rain doesn't hurt much either.

If I get a decent # will be all over the under in 2nd half.
 

HacheMan

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Possibly the same people who fixed the NFL games today.
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The one that should of gone over was under (even though I had the under), and the second was just the opposite. also 2 dog winners. They keep ya guessing, that's for sure!
 

prhino

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is anyone watching this, the clock runs for five seconds after every incomplete pass. most likey to see 15 less plays because of it.
 

HacheMan

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I'm on the under, so I've definitely noticed. Problem is, I still don't know if this will be enough. Ole Miss should of had 2 more TD's in the 1st half if it weren't for the turnovers, and the rain doesn't even slow Frankenstein's twin (from the Colts) down!
 

ninerfan+

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Heche:

I think ole miss is good for another 24, but can miss. state score 14?

That is the million dollar question at this point. Also, you are right about Ole Miss, they should have a minimum of 34 right now.

Good luck!
 

ninerfan+

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the books must think manning will not play the fourth quarter for the halftime total to be 23
 

ninerfan+

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Thanks heche. I'm not going to touch it anyway but I don't think the weather will keep it under the 23, unless they all just go out there and go through the motions
 

PatrickMcIrish

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Its already 24-0, if they get up 38-0 they will probably call off the dogs. I am going to lay off but would guess the under will be the play. I wanted 28 or so to make the bet though, agree 23 may be a little low but MSU may not score at all.

MSU 45-0
 

NickfromNJ

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I'm glad that I'm not the only one who noticed the clock thing in the first half. Reminds me of when I operated the clock for my HS hoops and FB games and I'd zone out now and then.
 

ninerfan+

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it's even money that the ncaa investigates the situation with the clock operator, as i think maybe a blind man can see what's going on

if you have the over pray for lightning or power outage, like at UNLV last year
 

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believe it or not, i didn't play the over, just interested - i rarely place a bet and when i do, it usually goes in the toilet

i'm sure you remember the unlv-wisconsin game last year, when wis had a sure cover until the power went out with 6 min. left, making all bets off
 

NickfromNJ

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Hache man - Actually I worked scoreboard/clock for JV and Frosh Hoops - an adult had to do Varsity but I did Varisty football. The restaurant I worked at during HS had a bartender who booked HS games. If I knew then what I know now ...
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