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  • De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

    Guessing most have seen Oregon's Thomas simulating breaking the tape at the goal line after his long kickoff return against Kansas State. Pretty cool and a nice tribute to track and field and Oregon T&F.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbbUFyrQO8s

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    Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

    Not only that, but during the game they had 2 'fans' from each team in some living room or something, and the Duck guy had a Go Pre shirt on.

    Oregon was awesome last night. They should be ranked no. 2 in the end.

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      Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

      Originally posted by Conor Dary
      Not only that, but during the game they had 2 'fans' from each team in some living room or something, and the Duck guy had a Go Pre shirt on.

      Oregon was awesome last night. They should be ranked no. 2 in the end.
      Dang I missed that. I'm going to try to find it when I get back in a bit.

      Actually, I guess I should have posted that Thomas simulated crossing the finish line rather than breaking the tape.

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        Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

        Originally posted by Conor Dary
        Oregon was awesome last night. They should be ranked no. 2 in the end.
        Then Stanford is #1. They beat Oregon and if you watch the replay of the end of the ND game, they won that game too.

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          Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

          Originally posted by BillVol
          Guessing most have seen Oregon's Thomas simulating breaking the tape at the goal line after his long kickoff return against Kansas State. Pretty cool and a nice tribute to track and field and Oregon T&F.

          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbbUFyrQO8s
          viewtopic.php?p=809029#p809029

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            Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

            Originally posted by Marlow
            Originally posted by Conor Dary
            Oregon was awesome last night. They should be ranked no. 2 in the end.
            Then Stanford is #1. They beat Oregon and if you watch the replay of the end of the ND game, they won that game too.
            Sorry, but it doesn't work that way. And yes, Stanford did win that game.

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              Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

              [quote=Conor Dary]
              Originally posted by Marlow
              Originally posted by "Conor Dary":25641ko9
              Oregon was awesome last night. They should be ranked no. 2 in the end.
              Then Stanford is #1. They beat Oregon and if you watch the replay of the end of the ND game, they won that game too.
              Sorry, but it doesn't work that way. And yes, Stanford did win that game.[/quote:25641ko9]
              Yeah, it do - they're both 1-loss, and the Farmers won the head-to-head, which is always the first tie-breaker!

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                Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

                Enough about Stanford and Oregon...ancient history....

                How about that one point safety on the extra point try? I didn't know such a thing existed.

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                  Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

                  Originally posted by Conor Dary
                  Enough about Stanford and Oregon...ancient history....

                  How about that one point safety on the extra point try? I didn't know such a thing existed.

                  Have not seen a paper or anything about this.....what happened ?

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                    Re: De'Anthony Thomas breaking tape on TD

                    Originally posted by dukehjsteve
                    Originally posted by Conor Dary
                    Enough about Stanford and Oregon...ancient history....

                    How about that one point safety on the extra point try? I didn't know such a thing existed.

                    Have not seen a paper or anything about this.....what happened ?
                    • After Javonta Boyd burst through the Ducks' line to block the kick, Wildcats defensive end Ryan Mueller caught the tipped ball at approximately the 2-yard line and retreated into the end zone as he tried to set up a return. As he was being enveloped by defenders, Mueller pitched the ball to teammate Allen Chapman, who couldn't control the lateral toss. He was pulled to the ground, in the end zone, by Oregon lineman Jake Fisher. And, we'll let Cherry take it from here:

                      "On the previous play, we have an unusual ruling. The ball was blocked, caught, carried back into the end zone and declared dead by the defense. That play results in a one-point safety."


                    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/0 ... 06675.html

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