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Unformatted text preview: the ball down. But no call was made, and no flag was thrown. Immediately we all saw Mike Wallace lobbying before a flag as well as Ben Rothlisberger, but their efforts were useless, as the referees had no intentions of making a call on that play. As soon as this no call was made, the internet blew up with people outraged exclaiming there should have been a flag for pass interference on the play. Many social website such as Twitter and Facebook saw thousands of people post status regarding the non call play. After the game ended, there were many headlines on major news websites such as Yahoo and Msn questioning the call and asking for user comments. I feel as if the situation was handled correctly. Although first instance may have seemed like there was a need for a flag on the play, further replays showed no such evidence....
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- Summer '05