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Old Tue Apr 09, 2013, 10:36am
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Originally Posted by Big Slick View Post
How do you figure? If you call interference, nothing else can happen.
In NCAA rules, you're not supposed to call it the second it happens on a fly ball... like you would in any other code. You're supposed to see if it ACTUALLY interferes with a catch rather than potentially... in other words, the umpire is required to wait to see if the potential interference prevented the catch before making a ruling of interference.
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