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Poor Timekeeping at Stanford

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Uploaded on Oct 15, 2010

The Stanford timekeeper commits two errors in timekeeping at the end of the USC/Stanford game. First, he fails to wind the game clock down after the official replay (1:15 left). About 15 seconds run off the play clock while the game clock doesn't tick down. On the ensuing kickoff, the game clock operator fails to wind the clock until the kick returner reaches the 10 yard line; the kick returner returns the ball 13 yards without time ticking off of the game clock, allowing for another 3 seconds to remain on the clock. The game clock operator was corrected four times during the course of the game, including once at the conclusion of the 1st Half, where the game clock ticked down after USC had called a timeout. Then again, USC was the victim of poor timekeeping by Stanford in the 2002 men's basketball game at Stanford.

See: http://blogs.dailynews.com/usc/archiv... and http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-1...

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