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FOX Sports rules analyst Mike Pereira breaks down Wisconsin's onside kick at Oregon State.
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I'm Mike perera for foxsports.com. We to in the books have NCAA. College. Football -- upsets this week at Louisiana Louisiana Monroe about my hometown Sacramento state Hornets. Unbelievable. Here's another upset. And neither review I mean you have further review of my own review big play on the kick off. In the Oregon State Wisconsin game and upset world won 31 of the fourth quarter Wisconsin has just scored to cut it to ten to seven. And they're gonna onside kick. Let's take a look at the play. We all thought. That this ball was touched before it went to ten yards that was Kyle French -- kick the ball hawk and look at the ball touches arm before it got on the 45 yard line. And again same shot you see the ball disappear but it's going backwards when he touches it. But here's the play to me that really. Three Zimmerman when you focus on the shot. It really does appear. Look at that finger that he touches the ball first bear for. Makes any recovery in. By the offensive team where they kicking team a legal recovery. So after reviewing after my original review I look at this and say. Shouldn't have been overturned Wisconsin should have kept the ball and the thing this does point -- by the way with the new onside kick rule. You're not gonna see those high bouncing kick off returns on the sideline. Because if they do ticket into the ground up in the air the receiver can make a fair catch. You're going to see these little Squibb center kicks that are really tough to officiate. And really tough to pick out who first touch but in this instance. My own review needs to be criticized initially it really should have been Wisconsin's ball with the opportunity. With a minute left to go to the game to tie. Or possibly win.