Yesterday, I brought my dad the videotapes of the LSU and Saints games while he was offshore. We decided to watch the end of the Arkansas game. We have a high definition tv, which gives a clearer picture. We watched the winning extra point at least a dozen times and there is NO WAY that kick was good. We freeze-framed it when the ball (which was moving to the right) was exactly equal with the right post. Where was it? Two yards past the goalline, at most. By the time it crossed the crossbar, that ball was at least 10 feet wide. The guy that caught the ball was eight yards off the goalpost. Other things we noticed... On the 50-yard pass play to start the drive, Arkansas had trips to the right and an unbalanced line to the left, leaving only a tight end on the left side. What does LSU's defense do? They put three DB's to cover the 3 WR's on the right. Four LSU defenders were on the left side of the field, where there wasn't a SINGLE ARKANSAS RECEIVER. LSU rushed three on the line. That leaves Bradie James, who was dropping back to cover intermediate routes. Brilliant. On the touchdown pass, Travis Daniels is the closest player to both the sideline and the receiver who caught the ball, who was 2 yards inside from him. Which direction is he facing? The sideline. He must've been responsible for the sheriff's deputy in the corner. After getting hit for 50 yards and then almost giving up a touchdown on the next play, the clock stops with 17 seconds remaining. Saban neglects to use his final timeout to regroup the defense. When does he use the timeout? Just before the extra point. What was there to discuss then? Was there even a remote chance Arkansas would fake the kick? After the game, I was just a bit in disbelief. After re-watching it, I'm straight pissed.