Early in the game, because of the wind, it was decided that Wilbur, instead of punting, was going to concede a safety.
No problem, that I get.
So the ball is snapped to him, and instead of taking a knee, he wastes some time off the clock running around in the end zone.
Now, if it was late at the end of the half or game, and we were sitting on a lead, I can understand doing that. . . take time off the clock and hence take time away from the opponents.
But early in the first quarter, why are you running time off the clock? How in the world can you tell whether or not YOU might be the team needing those few extra seconds at the end of the half or the end of the game?
Seems to me it happens a lot, and I fail to see the logic.