Alabama Bailed Out By Terrible Call On Would-Be Mississippi State Touchdown

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first_imgMississippi State got a terrible call against Alabama.Mississippi State has its hands full taking on No. 1 Alabama. The referees aren’t really helping out the Bulldogs either.Trailing 21-0 with less than a minute to play in the first half, Mississippi State seemingly scored a touchdown when quarterback Nick Fitzgerald found running back Kylin Hill for 11 yards. But an illegal block – a phantom illegal block – was called that negated the play.The call was on Deddrick Thomas. In the video below, it’s clear that he didn’t even touch the Alabama player in question.The referee who made the call seemingly had a great angle. He just blew the call – and cost Mississippi State points.@NCAA Alabama bias is getting absurd and RUINING college football #BAMAvsMSU pic.twitter.com/36J12T6Mvd— Scott Todd (@scotttttodd) November 10, 2018That is an absolute horrific call. Should be TD MSU.— Chase Goodbread (@ChaseGoodbread) November 10, 2018That block in the back call against Mississippi State on its TD was one of the worst calls that I have ever seen. The Bulldogs then miss the FG at the end of the half.That is inexcusable, refs.— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) November 10, 2018After the call, Mississippi State seemingly scored again, only to have that play negated by a delay of game penalty. The Bulldogs later missed a field goal as time expired in the first half.Clearly, this was not the best way to end the half for the Bulldogs. They face quite an uphill battle in the second session.It’s 21-0 at halftime.last_img read more


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first_imgzoom The Rolls-Royce powered oil/chemical tanker Bergen Viking has returned to service following a conversion from diesel-electric to liquefied natural gas (LNG)-electric propulsion.The retrofit replaced four of the ship’s original six diesel generating sets with two Rolls-Royce Bergen C6 generating sets.The LNG fuel containment system and control system is delivered by two off 155m³ fuel tanks configured for redundant propulsion, with crossover options both on bunkering and supply lines.The Bergen Viking is a 95 metre long chemical and product tanker, owned by Bergen Tankers supplying diesel and petrol along the Norwegian coastline in trade for Statoil. Delivered in 2007, the vessel is part of a total fleet of six vessels owned by Bergen Tankers AS.”The Bergen Viking project demonstrates that LNG is an option not just for new vessels but can be successfully retrofitted into existing ships to deliver significant economic and environmental benefits for owners,” John Knudsen, Rolls-Royce, President – Commercial Marine, said.last_img read more