When I first saw the WBRZ video, I was ticked off. However, it was not in the context of the flow of the game. It appeared as if it had happened after the play. Miles was actually making the hand motion to the ground as the play was ending. Notice he clearly does this when the Ole Miss player is raising the ball as if he had caught it. *I* accept his explanation. At least I didn't call our head coach any names. Like some others have. Here is a recording of ESPN's take on it, along with some comments and explanations from Coach Miles. He specifically referenced the YouTube video everyone has seen, at the 2:10 mark. Not the best quality, but I wanted to share. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNSY4Eid2u0[/media] Also, something no one is talking about is the fact that we should have had more than one second on the clock. TT was down with three seconds. At the very least, we should have had two seconds. Not that we were prepared to get a snap off in two either and kill it with one second, but still. A mistake by the refs again?