Even after their statement yesterday, Pac-10 officials have said they will get new tapes and continue to assess the officiating of Washington's game at Oregon State. However, they seem more interested in the late botched fumble call than the Locker hit or the unsportsmanlike conduct incidents that resulted in four ejections.
Here is the release they just, well, released:
The review of the officiating in the Washington-Oregon State game on Saturday by the Pacific-10 Conference will continue today, Commissioner Tom Hansen announced.
"We will receive the so-called 'coaches' tapes' today which will allow us to observe the actions of all of the officials throughout the play on which OSU's Yvenson Benard was ruled to have fumbled at the goal line. We need that information to allow us to conclude our review."
Washington returned the ball to near mid-field and the ball was snapped for the next play before the game was stopped for review by the instant replay officials.
Hansen indicated an additional announcement would be made when the review had been completed.