Top 10 Most Controversial Calls in Sports History

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Top 10 Most Controversial Calls in Sports History

Live sports are unpredictable and the refs cannot catch everthing. For this list, WatchMojo has chosen what we consider the most disputed, controversial or flat-out blown calls in professional sports history. Sorry college fans.

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#10. The Two Stooges (Sept. 24, 2012)
#9. La Main de Dieu (Nov. 18, 2009)
#8. Jeter’s No Cheater (Oct. 9, 1996)
#7. Tuck Everlasting (Jan. 19, 2002)
#6. Foul Play? (June 14, 1998)
#5. Doesn’t Ring True (Oct. 1, 1988)
#4. The Royals Flush (Oct. 26, 1985)
#3. ?

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Most Controversial Calls in Sports History

  1. Hmm, there’s pretty much nothing more controversial than when Nelson Emerson of the Winnipeg Jets threw a puck in the crease of the net in overtime against Chicago’s goalie Belfour. It didn’t appear to even make it past the goal line, throwing the puck in is clearly something that isn’t allowed anyways, it was VIDEO REVIEWED, and still was concluded to be a good GAME-WINNING OT goal. Winnipeg was handed a 1-0 win for a game they never actually won. It was bonkers.

  2. All Patriots games should be on this list (especially the Jesse James catch game). The refs always favor them + Goodell always favors them.

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