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Old Yesterday, 07:28 PM   #2
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Old Yesterday, 07:53 PM   #3
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Why did Breeland go out of bounds on the pick?

Why?

Has anyone inquired? Anyone asked him what thought process was involved?

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Old Yesterday, 08:01 PM   #4
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Why did Breeland go out of bounds on the pick?

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Has anyone inquired? Anyone asked him what thought process was involved?

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I’ve wondered about this a lot as well. I think he did it to avoid bobbling/dropping the ball. He should’ve been able to catch it and turn up field, but I think he did it to make sure he secured the catch.
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Old Yesterday, 08:06 PM   #6
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I’ve wondered about this a lot as well. I think he did it to avoid bobbling/dropping the ball. He should’ve been able to catch it and turn up field, but I think he did it to make sure he secured the catch.
Speculative, but reasonable, Mr. Great Expectations ...

One would think that he is nimble enough to tightrope the boundary if necessary, but it felt like he wasn't even that close. The way I saw it, he had a good shot at scoring.

I'll watch it again a few hundred times in slow-mo ...

No. No, I won't. It pisses me off just thinking about it, let alone reliving it.

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Old Yesterday, 08:07 PM   #7
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Why did Breeland go out of bounds on the pick?

Why?

Has anyone inquired? Anyone asked him what thought process was involved?

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Yeah I asked that in GDT and received a "big idiot his momentum carried him out no one could've stayed in."

I replayed it many times I think he just aad a brain fart.
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Yeah I asked that in GDT and received a "big idiot his momentum carried him out no one could've stayed in."

I replayed it many times I think he just aad a brain fart.
Nah, it was his angle and momentum before he caught the ball, look again. Quite frankly I think we stole one there because his left foot was clearly out of bounds but said he got control first before the left foot hit. Even IF his left foot hits inbounds he still goes out of bounds because you can tell by the momentum and angle there was no way he was tightrope walking that pic IMHO. Not trying to either.
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