USA Today has more on the reactions of all involved.The Pac-10 Conference tonight suspended the entire officiating crew and instant replay official that worked Saturday's Oklahoma-Oregon game for a week. The suspension was handed down today following a review of a rather controversial onside kick call in the closing stages of Oregon's come from behind 34-33 win against the Sooners. "Errors clearly were made and not corrected, and for that we apologize to the University of Oklahoma, coach Bob Stoops and his players," Pac-10 Commissioner Tom Hansen said in a statement printed by the Associated Press. "They played an outstanding college football game, as did Oregon, and it is regrettable that the outcome of the contest was affected by the officiating." The review found that an Oregon player had handled the onside kick before the ball had traveled the required ten yards and that Oklahoma had actually recovered the kick. The instant replay rules dictate that possesion in this case was not reviewable. Oklahoma also complained about a pass interference call during the fourth quarter that they believe was tipped, therefore canceling the call against the Sooners. There was no indusputable evidence, according to the Pac-10, either way in that call.