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Vince Young to most likely be fined....

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  1. Titanville Need New Coach

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    I'm not completely sure of this but I think if the ball goes into the stands, especially from a kick, the fan gets to keep the ball. It happened a couple weeks ago on a televised game and they didn't get the net up in time and the ball went into the stands. The fan got to keep the ball. It IS a fine if the ball is thrown purposely into the stands.
  2. GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    Pretty sure there was an article a week or so ago saying Bulluck was fined 2,500 dollars for the first time he did it this year, and $5,000 for the time against the colts. That's a little more significant.
  3. Puck Pro Bowler

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    hell, it looked like he was able to launch his helmet in the crowd

    how wouldya liked to get the boy an authentic game-worn Vince Young helm


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    might have somethingto do with someone saying " Now Keith, if you do that again we'll make it twice as severe "

    and while we're at it ........ they should all throw NFL game balls to the crowd. If i made millions a year and loved the crowd, I'd have no problem to donating a few GRRR a week

    LONG SHOT: something else they can do is to turn around and throw the ball back downfield so the "ballers" can see who's got more "Game"
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    These guys don't mind the "fines". They are considered giving to charity, so they get to write it off anyway.
  6. Sunshine Camp Fodder

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    I saw that, too. He said he was going to appeal the $5,000 as it had cost him only $2,500 previously.

    Ironically, there was a bit (on CBS before the Colts game?) featuring Bulluck tongue-in-cheek cautioning players not to throw balls into the stands.
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    Yeah I saw that after the Colts game, he said he wouldn't do it again (obviously an interview before the Colts game)
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