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Mike Pereira discusses a no call pass interference that had an impact on Super Bowl XLV.
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I'm Mike Pereira Super Bowl 45 is in the books in what -- game. At typical of the entire season and you know it always seems to come down to big plays in big calls on the biggest stage this game clearly no exception not. Clearly there were couple misses by the officials just like the Steelers turned the ball over three times there was a horse collar that may have -- miss them a call -- a basement that probably wasn't there. But that type of thing happens every game. What really was to keep blatantly was the end of the ball game Roethlisberger to walls or the world I -- I really thought it was pass interference looked like contact through the back by two Mon Williams. Before the ball got there but replays showed. He got around the left side of William a flawless and in fact there was no foul on the play. A big call by officials who sometimes have to make these key decisions on what not to call it's easy sometimes to call -- But those on the grandest stage on the biggest play of the game those are some times of the tough for what you have to decide what not to call. Great game well officiated. An unbelievable. Season.