Inconclusive from that photo because you do not see where the pitch release point is. In the pic the QB is fading backward from a tackler and you do not know where his release point was. You need video or another pic at the release point.
I am not 100% sure what the 2nd photo is supposed to show either.What is the fumble they are referring to in the second photo?
I think you lost some credibility here with this tweet of yours, Marty:Look, I'm not trying to stir up anything here. Just found this photo that was posted by someone very close to the GT family, and thought it might be insightful. They could have broken the video down frame by frame too, but I seriously doubt that they did.
Wow. Is the ban hammer swinging?I am not 100% sure what the 2nd photo is supposed to show either.
I think you lost some credibility here with this tweet of yours, Marty:
In the first photo, do you see how the sideline hashmark is not vertical and angled? Well, the "nerd" in me tells me that this means the camera was positioned ahead of where the ball was and wasn't looking straight across the field. I admit that I could be wrong though. I just wish GSU fans can admit that they could also be wrong.
Anyway, I hope both GT and GSU teams are looking toward VT and South Alabama respectively. Best of luck to GSU on the rest of their season.
Yeah, the camera angle for that play was perfect. I have watched it several times in slow motion from my recording of the game. The QB clearly released the ball forward of the 27 yard line, and Golden clearly batted it down behind the 27 yard line. No way in hell that could be called a forward pass.
Play is at the 3:35 mark. Ball is clearly straight down the line. This is probably the only time the entire game when there was decent camera work.