Not saying I'm the biggest fan of the playoff play in games but this thread isn't about opinion it's about facts and as unusual as this playoff being formated is if the FHSAA is calling the play in games as FHSAA playoff games then it's what they are
Palmetto Ridge also got a postseason run this year before losing to Dunbar this past Friday
Hagerty beat university out of Orlando in a play in game which the FHSAA is counting as a playoff game before losing the following round
I love how different people can watch the exact same clip and come away with completely different viewpoints. Hornet, I tend to agree with your take on this one. Bang-bang play. Jambun, I'll ask you another question: at what point does the ball become dead? While the pass was well overthrown (and I'm not going to go back and watch it yet again), my guess is that the ball had not yet hit the ground or a person standing out of bounds when the DB made contact. If that's correct, isn't the play still alive?
While you're pondering that one, how about this hit from the NFL yesterday? Personal foul or clean hit? Yeah, yeah, I know Cam Newton is a QB, but he's also a big guy (does that matter?) who has made several plays 'with his feet' over the years. In this case, he was still in bounds when contact was made and he was right at (I'll even say 'just over') the line to gain on a critical 3rd and long play. The extra 15 yards ultimately put the Pats in range to kick a game-winning field goal in the final seconds.