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Old Mon Aug 06, 2001, 02:41pm
Patrick Szalapski Patrick Szalapski is offline
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My original point is that FED really screwed up the wording in this one. They forgot to indicate when and how the coach can make a live-ball appeal. Are we just supposed to assume "when playing action is stopped" and "just give a holler"? Come on, give us a break.

This rule change reminds me of energy deregulation in California: this change sounds like a good idea, is based on sound principle, and may start us on the way to a better system sometime in the future, but the implementation right now is all messed up. I've got to go with Garth and Rich here again; the FEDs are getting a little too rambunctious.


[Edited by Patrick Szalapski on Aug 8th, 2001 at 02:37 PM]
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