"One of the things we're just looking for is does the player have a chance to realize that we're shutting the play down from that standpoint and whether or not he has an opportunity to avoid any type of contact once he realizes that we're getting the play shut down," Anderson said. "I know it was loud out there for everybody. That's probably what took us a little bit of time to get everything shut down. But that's what we're looking at."
"I didn't feel like the actions and the contact, because we were shutting the play down, warranted a foul," Anderson said.