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We get it. You think shows is a good ref and have absolutely no problem with the way the game at Arkansas was called because 16 years ago we had a coach who played it similar. An it was mentioned if we get a tight whistle at home we win. Doesn't mean we get all the favorable calls, means they call a foul a foul whether it's on us or them. Tight whistle blown both ways is what is ment and we win. We aren'tphysical enough to play in a no fouls called except obvious hard Doug shows is a good ref kentucky on the road in sec because 16 yrs. ago we played similar to Arkansas kinda game. That's all we are saying.
By favorable whistle I mean the game being called more tight. On not asking for the refs to favor us.
If last night isn't the proof you need that shows clearly has bias I don't know what will.
It's becoming fairly obvious that you and shows are lovers z.
Damn, our secrets out.
Maybe one day I'll be as knowledgeable as you hop. It's highly doubtful though.
When a game is at Rupp, it will more than likely be called in our favor. When it's on the road, it more than likely wont. That's the way it always has been and more than likely always will be.
Today another site did an in depth analysis of shows and his officiating statistics of our games. His foul differential against us is 6 more per game on the road than his average.
It's obvious. You've got some bizarre ability to ignore reality. Stats don't lie.
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