Maybe the first one is believable. That is consistent with what happened in the trials. About 12 minutes out of each 20 was ball in play. This 62.6% number would definitely exclude stopped clock scenarios.He said the ball was in play for longer (62.6%)
The second one, no freakin' chance. That would mean less than 2 minutes per game of stopped clock, and half time is exactly 10 minutes whistle to whistle.... and the elapsed time per match, which is how long a game takes from kick-off to full-time, was significantly less (91.48m).