David Pollack Discusses Florida State, Notre Dame Game
ESPN's David Pollack joined Jeff Thurn on Monday's edition of Overtime.
To hear the conversation between Pollack (@davidpollack47) and Thurn, listen below.
Was the offensive pass interference penalty in the final seconds of Notre Dame-Florida State, the right call?
"Oh boy, that's a tough question to answer. I'll say this, I don't have a complaint that it was called, but I'm not sure I would complain if it wasn't called. I say that coming from, I think Everett Golson did a great job. He comes up to the line of scrimmage. I think it's obvious that Florida State was going to bring pressure and play man coverage. He checks to the perfect play, which is a pick play and common in college football. You see that play all the time. Ramsay jumps the inside. When Fuller starts to come down and plant, he jumps inside really hard. I think Fuller turns his backside and gets in the way and acts like he is getting back to the football, it's a no call. I don't have a terrible issue with it being called. I hate seeing a game that was so awesome end like that, but it is was it is and you still take away that Notre Dame is for real and you should believe in them that they are a really good team and strong team. Brian Kelly has done a heck of a job with that group."
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