Honestly, I felt like the game was over because I got those two calls.
We thought it was definitely going to get overturned once we saw it up on the replay board, but the officials made their call." What followed was a nine-minute replay review in which referee Jerry Magallanes interrupted to announce "after further review, the play is still under review," flags were strewn on the field, and the replay official, Andrew Panucci, was left on his own to make a call that would decide the outcome of the game.
I didn't know immediately the severity of the errors, but it was obvious we had a situation on our hands." Shorin: "I didn't really notice what I was shooting until I looked at it after the play ended and they'd scored a touchdown, and I looked at my camera and thought, 'Wow, that seems like it would be important.' And then as the review was going on, it took forever, and it just seemed like it was so obvious and there was no way they'd let Miami count the touchdown." Scott: "I needed clarification on what is the foul, where are the penalties, where are we calling them and who are we calling them on?
I showed him the picture, and he was in shock.
I just remember there was no one in the locker room talking, and Coach Cut just coming in and looking at us and saying there's nothing we could do about it." Brady: "It was like, wow, just seeing it unfold, that's what we play football for, moments like that.