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Officials must be held accountable for their actions

November 20, 2013

I got to catch the tail-end of the Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers the other night.
Even though I’m pretty much a fan of the Pats, I thought it was a rather exciting game.
When Cam Newton completed the pass to give the Panthers the lead with around a minute to play, I was a bit let down, but I figured as long as New England had Tom Brady they were good to go.
With three time outs remaining, Brady lived up to his Hall of Fame billing and drove the Patriots down the field, putting them in position to win on the last play of the game.
Then it happened.

For the full column, see Wednesday's (November 20) Malvern Daily Record.

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