FBRef... I've been stewing on this one for awhile. The other night, I watched a college game where the QB ran wide towards the Right corner of the endzone with the ball in his right hand. As he approached the pylon, his left leg passed inside of the pylon, but the ball clearly did not "break the plane" of the goal line. It was called a TD. After review, it was still labeled a TD. So, I assume this was correct. The TV announcers said that if any part of the body crossed over the inside of the pylon, it is a TD. So... tonight, I watched another game, and the RB took a handoff at the 1 yard line and dove to the endzone. His head and shoulders were the first part of his body to hit the ground, and they did so inside the endzone. However, the ball did not "break the plane" of the goal line. It was NOT called a TD. After review, it STILL was NOT called a TD. My question is... what's the difference between the two calls? Thanks!