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November 7, 2013

UB's win helped by 'bad' call|

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Tonawanda News — Solich was unhappy with the call, but noted it didn’t ultimately cost the Bobcats the game.

What bothered Solich more was the rule preventing the officials to review it.

“It’s a call that points are scored on,” Solich said. “I believe all calls where points are scored to be reviewed, certainly if there’s a question.”

Quinn said the safety helped turn the tide in the Bulls’ favor.

“I thought it was kind of a gift,” Quinn said. “Yeah, that probably helped us a little more.”

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