Replacement refs admit they made mistakes at end of Vikes-49ers game

Replacement referees give San Francisco two red-flag challenges in the fourth quarter of the Vikings-49ers game, despite the fact that Coach Jim Harbaugh was out of time-outs to make challenges.
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Replacement referees give San Francisco two red-flag challenges in the fourth quarter of the Vikings-49ers game, despite the fact that Coach Jim Harbaugh was out of time-outs to make challenges.

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