Commissioner MAC – Cure Bowl ending between Northern Illinois and Coastal Carolina ‘unacceptable’

Central American Conference Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher said Friday’s call at the end of the Tailgreeter Cure Bowl declined Northern Illinois a final play is “serious” and “unacceptable.”

Northern Illinois is lost 47-41 arrive Coastal Carolina out of time with the Huskies at the Chanticleers’ 4-yard line. NIU converts 4 and 1 play with a 4-yard pass to a tight finish Miles Joiner along the margins. The officer motioned for the clock to stop but then gestured his arm to let the clock run. It started before officials allowed the Huskies to catch the ball.

“Following the marginal reception, the play should have been paused for review,” Steinbrecher said in a prepared statement. “Also, the clocks weren’t properly managed on what should have been the last game because the center referee should have been allowed to clear the middle before the umpire had timed. do not happen and serious flaws around a match can happen- changing circumstances is regrettable and unacceptable.”

Coastal Carolina rebounded from a 41-33 deficit at the start of the fourth quarter to record its first flop and 11th win of the season.

NIU coach Thomas Hammock said of the game, “They made the call and they saw how it was. We were ready to flip and the guy wouldn’t let us catch the ball. We did. there’s a match ready to begin.” Commissioner MAC – Cure Bowl ending between Northern Illinois and Coastal Carolina ‘unacceptable’

Jake Nichol

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