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Sport Alabama adds field goal before halftime after referees make correct adjustment

06:30  18 october  2020
06:30  18 october  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Alabama was able to add a field goal before halftime of their game against Georgia at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala. on Saturday night after the referees make a correct adjustment.

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The Bulldogs scored a touchdown and added an extra point to go up 24-17 with 23 seconds left in the first half. Even though they only had 23 seconds left in the quarter, Bama still wanted to add some points.

The Tide ran for 14 yards, then called a timeout. They passed for 14 yards and called their final timeout. Then with 10 seconds left, they threw for a 13-yard completion to the Georgia 34 with three seconds left. Then Bama spiked the ball on their next play.

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Attempting to get a touchdown or a field goal before half without any timeouts, BYU wide receiver Michael Juergens didn’t go out of bounds after catching BYU entered halftime trailing West Virginia 21-13 because a review of a spike attempt added a second back to the clock. Attempting to get a

Effective Field Goal Percentage is a measurement of how successful your team is from the field . This metric provides a more complete picture of the game situation than standard field goal percentages This means a made three-pointer is worth one and a half times as much as a made two-pointer.

Time ran to zero on the game clock, which led Georgia to run towards the tunnel for halftime. The play went under review as Nick Saban argued three seconds is the limit to allow enough time for a spike. The correctly officials determined that one second should be left on the clock for Alabama following the spike.

Will Reichard then came on and kicked a career-best 52-yard field goal to close the gap to 24-20 at halftime.

Georgia coach Kirby Smart may have been hoping for a break from the refs, but their reversal was the correct decision.

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After some halftime defensive adjustments the Grambling defense came to life exerting pressure on the Bulldogs for nearly the rest of the game. After winding the clock down Grambling was able to close out the game after the Alabama A&M Bulldogs ran into the punter giving the Tigers a first down.

After DiCarlo missed a 31-yard field goal late in the third quarter, the Crimson Tide scored their only touchdown of the game on the drive that ensued the second quarter, Alabama connected on a 23-yard Brian Bostick field goal and Southern Miss on a 27-yard Darren McCaleb field goal that made

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