I can't bring myself to give Saskatchewan credit for that win. They were the recepient of biased and myopic officiating.
- What if Dominguez had deked the Als' back and scored a TD instead of having the ball knocked out of his hands? The refs, no doubt, would have said he was in bounds. The linesman was right there, for gawd's sake, and the replay was far from "conclusive."
- Butler gets called for roughing the passer after an Als' interception. Anyone could see that Joseph was in the grasp of at least two defensive players when he still had the ball. There was no late hit. Meanwhile, they showed a replay (more than once) of Shultz coming through and knocking down Calvillo when the latter had clealy thrown the pass. An obvious late hit...no call.
These examples of instances that directly altered the course of the game.
In conclusion, if the ref is going to be anal and decide to a be a critical factor in the outcome of a game, both sides should equally suffer, not just one.
There is only word to describe the referee's performance: DIsgusting!