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December 06, 2009

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Walt Anderson, the Big 12 supervisor of officials, is a piece of Shit. He should be made to pay for his crime.

OK you set the precedence, in this game there were 129 plays. are you going to go back and review everyone of them, if done, then you would find that you would have to add at least 129 seconds back to the game if not more because on some plays more than a second run off. Or is this rule only applied when the conferences top BCS contender is in jeopardy? And how is the clock running at its normal pace considered a malfunction or excuse me, an error? I witnessed errors during this game but none with the clock.

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