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Old Wed Sep 04, 2019, 11:11am
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Okay, so it seems like people are in agreement that the only real "change" is that technical fouls now allow Team A to retain the right to run the endline. The rest of the modification isn't really a "change."

This is an often overlooked difference from NFHS. NFHS only allows the offense to retain the privilege after a common foul. NCAA-M allows for it after all defensive personal fouls (and now, technical fouls by either team, as well).
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