Stephen Covey, the educator, author and motivational speaker, once said, “Accountability breeds response-ability.” John Thune, the US Senator, gave it to us like this, “I just think we need more accountability and more transparency.” Then William P. Leahy, the president of BostonCollege, broke it down like a playa at a pimp convention when he spit, “Now where people are – at least the people I talk to – they are focused on issues of trust. Accountability also comes up, to make sure that this doesn’t happen again.”
Well playas…everybody and their baby’s momma’s momma, Ms. Jackson, are up in arms about the officials makin’ a mistake at the end of the Central Michigan/Oklahoma State game. Here’s the deal bruh, with four seconds left with Oklahoma State up 27-24 with the rock on 4th down. Their quarterback, Mason Rudolph, took the snap and just the threw the ball out of bounds to essentially run the clock out.
However, because none of his wide outs actually ran a rout. It’s, by rule, an intentional grounding penalty. By rule, however, accordin’ to Mid-American Conference (MAC) official Tim O’Dey, “There’s a rule that says that the game cannot end on an accepted live ball foul. That’s the rule. There’s an exception to the rule that says if enforcement of the foul involves a loss of down, then that brings the game to an end,” So therefore, Central Michigan should never have gotten an opportunity to run the final play. Accountability has now jumped out of the birthday cake butt naked to make sure that this doesn’t happen again.
But let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! If ole dull Oklahoma State had simply played the darn game at their potential and not let these duns hang around the chicken coup all game we wouldn’t be havin’ this ignorant discussion. Not only did the MAC officiatin’ crew miss the call but the Big 12 replay crew missed it too. They had the opportunity to stop the play before it was run to correct the mistake. And where are the cats on both sidelines that are supposed to know the rules of the freakin’ game that should have said, “Hold up dawg! There’s an exception to the rule that says XYZ!! You don’t get an untimed down in this situation. Pull it up pimpin’!!”
Then you’ve gotta go holla at Mike Gundy and his dull offensive coordinator for callin’ the play and not sendin’ a single wide receiver out to run the freakin’ route. Since NOBODY in the buildin’ knows the freakin’ rules. Let’s at least ask the duns on the Cowboy defense how in the world do they fall asleep at the wheel, wet the bed and get the bubble guts on the final play that will ultimately decide the game. Central Michigan threw a dull Hail Mary, which everybody and their baby’s momma’s ghetto cousin, Lacretia, knows to just bat the ball down.
But no, these duns have allowed Central Michigan to be within 3 points with an untimed down with the ball. Not only do they complete the Hail Mary! And Wheredeydodatat? They allowed the dun to lateral it off on some ole bootleg “Hook and Ladder” foolishness to outrun these boyz standin’ around lookin’ crazy.
Now Oklahoma State can holler and scream foul balls all day but the reality is. They shouldn’t been in that situation in the first place. Let me put it where the goats can get it bruh. Refs blow calls all game long! If you stopped every play ran durin’ the course of a game you would find penalties that should have been called that weren’t. You can literally call a holdin’ penalty on EVERY single play. They don’t because the game would be 5 hours long. Do you know how many times a boy blocks from behind on a darn special teams play etc.?
So Oklahoma State needs to go somewhere and sit down as bad as Kobe did last hoop season shootin’ those freakin’ air balls and learn how to play to their potential. No way should darn Central Michigan been in that ball game. And that’s the edited version. So the fact that they let a boy hang around they got what they deserve. They didn’t deserve to win that game and that’s why they didn’t. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Spit: verb – to say
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) Ms. Jackson: noun – rap song by super group Outkast
4) Pimpin’: noun – the person that I’m passionately tryin’ to get my point across to.
5) Put it where the goats can get it: verb phrase – to make it as elementary as possible. To put it at ground level so everyone can understand it.