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Old Tue Apr 09, 2013, 11:27am
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Originally Posted by MD Longhorn View Post
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.
So, you are saying a DDB is situational in NCAA's rules concerning INT?
The bat issue in softball is as much about liability, insurance and litigation as it is about competition, inflated egos and softball.
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