Not to re-hash the game from Saturday and I may have missed some discussion on this, but I just rewatched the game paying closer attention. I'm no rules expert, but how was Fresno State's second touchdown not an ineligible receiver down field?
LOS was the 8, they had 1 lineman at the 1 and another inside the 5 before the ball was in the air.
How it started:
How it ended:
Straight from the NCAA rulebook:
No originally ineligible receiver shall be or have been more than three yards beyond the neutral zone until a passer throws a legal forward pass that crosses the neutral zone. A player is in violation of this rule if any part of his body is beyond the three-yard limit.
The penalty for an ineligible man downfield is that the offensive moves back five yards from the previous spot, with the down repeated.
I know NCAA is lenient with downfield blocking, but this doesn't seem remotely close and was an egregiously missed call.