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"I think that as we have continued to take baby steps in this direction, we may be getting closer to a time when at end game, some kind of a challenge may be considered," he said. "I expect to be voted down 30 to nothing."
He refused to expand on what kind of plays could be challenged or when it would be used.
"We want to have a game called the same no matter who is (officiating) it and we want to assure that we get it right," he said. "Against that we struggle with the problem of to get it perfectly right, you get 16 cameras and take four hours to play the game. And we can't do that. We won't do that. So what you've seen is us move slowly to more replay and I think this is a good time to look at it again."
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