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Old Sat Nov 28, 2009, 10:26pm
sseltser sseltser is offline
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Blood and Timeout

In the Duke/UConn Game, Scheyer got elbowed and was bleeding. Before play was stopped, a UConn player fell on a looseball and requested timeout, which was granted. Following the timeout, Scheyer was ready to play, which seems like proper enforcement in NCAA (I believe a rule change 2 or 3 yrs ago).

For NFHS, would Duke have been required to take a timeout to keep Scheyer in the game? How does this work: Does the calling official wait to report the TO until the coach decides what to do with the bleeding player (i.e. timeout or replacement)? If the coach wants to keep the player in, are the timeouts successive or simultaneous?
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