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  • I turned it off when the Bucs intercepted with about 5 minutes left. I figured that was it.:-(
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    • by pudge (1) on 2003.10.09 11:22 (#24778) Homepage Journal
      I turned it on after the Sox beat the A's, what a great ending. I hate the Colts and the Bucs, but still great. The leaping call was correct ... I can't say what the intent of the rule is, and I don't really care. It's on the books, it should be called. The only problem I have with calling the rules on the books is when they are not called consistently; as to that, I can't say.

      Speaking of the Bucs and Sox ... Johnny Damon's first-ever concussion came in high school, when a defensive lineman named Warren Sapp knocked him senseless coming over the middle. His second was Monday night against the A's, when his own second baseman, Damian Jackson, hit him.