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Hi

Two guys are talking about a football match they played when they were at high school.

One of them says: Remember that godawful play you called in the state semis our junior year? I was wide open but you threw it right to the safety. Almost cost us the game.

Is it "called in" or "called"? I'm not sure how to read it? What does it refer to?

Does "wide open" mean that no one covered him and he could have thrown a ball to him?
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'you called' = (the play strategy) you chose/decided and assigned

'in the state semis' = during the semifinal games.
Does "wide open" mean that no one covered him and he could have thrown a ball to him?-- Yes.
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I understand. Thank you!