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Weve seen it a million times. A receiver doesnt make the catch on a passing play and instantly motions to the ref – and everybody else – for a pass interference flag. Sometimes he gets the call, more often he doesnt; but if the CFLs new proposed rule change – making pass interference calls reviewable – is passed, hell at least have a chance to be vindicated for his protestation. The league announced it is considering making pass interference, both called and potential, subject to a coachs challenge, with the potential rule change to be voted on by the Rules Committee Thursday. The rule change would lead to a more accurately called game, but is it worth the trouble? Any fan knows that pass interference is questionable on a large number of passing plays, and at breakneck speeds its not always easy to determine. While a video review would likely lead to the correct call, it would also slow down the pace of the game. Its probable each coach could find at least two passing plays – his allotted number of challenges per game – to throw the red flag on per game. And if hes correct in his first two challenges, thats another PI call to contest each game. That time adds up. Making subjective calls reviewable is an issue as well. While fans of the losing team would surely be on board, taking too much power away from the refs is not ideal. Removing a refs judgment and calling pass interference strictly by the book could lead to a lot more infractions, making a defensive backs job even harder. It could open the door to more subjective calls getting the video review treatment as well. If pass interference can be challenged by coaches, why not holding calls, offside calls, or roughing the passer? Thursdays Rules Committee meeting will also see blocking rules reviewed, head shot rules clarified, and changes to scoring rules clarified, but the pass interference proposal is the big one. The Rouge asks: Should the CFL make pass interference subject to video review? Youve heard what weve had to say, now its your turn. As always, its Your! Call. LAKE LOUISE, Alta. -- American Lindsey Vonn will make her long-awaited World Cup skiing debut Friday. The reigning Olympic womens downhill champion hasnt competed since tearing ligaments in her right knee and breaking a bone in her leg at the world championships in February. She skipped Thursdays training run but the American ski star said via Twitter she intended to make her return to racing here. "Ive decided to take today as a "rest day" but I will be racing tomorrow," Vonn said. "I cant wait for my first race." Downhill races are scheduled for Friday and Saturday followed by Sundays super-G. Germanys Maria Hoefl-Riesch was the fastest in training Thursday with a time of one minute 56.52 seconds. Norways Lotte Smiseth Sejersted was second, followed by Austrian Anna Fenninger. Larisa Yurkiw of Owen Sound, Ont., is the lone Canadian in the downhill and was 23rd. Vonn has won a record 14 World Cup races at Lake Louise, which has earned the nickname "Lake Lindsey" because of her dominance. She swept all three races the last two yeaars.dddddddddddd But the 29-year-old arrived at the Alberta resort with questions surrounding her knee. She partially tore one of the surgically-reconstructed ligaments while training in Copper Mountain, Colo., two weeks ago. Vonn didnt compete in the first downhill of the season last weekend in Beaver Creek, Colo. Vonn was 22nd in the first training run Wednesday. "You know if your body is ready or not and I know that mine is ready," she said in a statement posted on the U.S. Ski Federation website. "Normally this is the first downhill of the year, so for me this feels like a normal beginning of the season. It feels pretty awesome. "My goal (Wednesday) was to ski solid and to ski my race line and I did that. I knew that if I could accomplish all those things in one run, then I dont need a second run. Its the smart choice for me to not ski today in order to prepare for (Friday)." Vonn is a four-time overall World Cup champion. She needs three more World Cup wins to match the record of 62 held by Annemarie Moser-Proell. . ' ' ' nfl jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic cheap nfl jerseys nfl shop wholesale jerseys
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