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Old Sun Sep 24, 2017, 07:10pm
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Funny, this was already stated some time ago. Not sure why this was so hard in the first place.

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Old Mon Sep 25, 2017, 05:46am
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Not sure why this was so hard in the first place.
Due to a conflict between an "official" IAABO International (200 local boards in 38 states) "interpretation" and the actual NFHS rule (with a generic, nonbasketball specific position statement).
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Old Mon Sep 25, 2017, 09:50am
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Due to a conflict between an "official" IAABO International (200 local boards in 38 states) "interpretation" and the actual NFHS rule (with a generic, nonbasketball specific position statement).
And if this is an issue, this is why places where I live, people do not belong to that organization, even when they had the chance. The best thing they do is the videos with NASO/Referee Magazine, but outside of that, they are garbage if this kind of stuff cannot be easily resolved. Again, this rule or interpretation was put out some time ago. My state as I said before stated their specific position on these devices. If a guy on the NF committee or has access to that committee cannot resolve this simple issue, then you should worry more about the credibility of the organization, not what some article you might write for them.

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Old Mon Sep 25, 2017, 04:21pm
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And if this is an issue ...
The 'international' interpreter has retired and there is now a group of interpreters who have replaced him.

He was very good, hard working, but sometimes overstepped the purpose of IAABO and interpreted NFHS rules, something that only the NFHS should do.

Like when we went back to moving into the lane on the release. IAABO alone came out with an interpretation not to allow a player on the lane to cross the free throw line until the ball hit. The NFHS eventually did come out with that interpretation, but it was a full year after the IAABO unilateral interpretation came out.

Last year it was "Concussion Headbands – No Restrictions". Where did that come from? Left field?

Let's not throw out the baby with the bath water. Overall, within it's purpose, which is educating basketball officials, IAABO is a great organization.
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I'm listening to the online state meeting right now and I thought it was worth adding that it said that in Ohio concussion headbands are legal to wear without any sort of permission from the OHSAA or a physician.
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Old Fri Oct 27, 2017, 11:01am
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I'm listening to the online state meeting right now and I thought it was worth adding that it said that in Ohio concussion headbands are legal to wear without any sort of permission from the OHSAA or a physician.
The only indication we have gotten is that they can wear a head covering for medical reasons. But the specific head covering for concussions has not been approved at least in Illinois to my knowledge. I even got that impression in my newer area that is not necessarily approved but I am still waiting for more information on that fact.

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Old Fri Oct 27, 2017, 11:02am
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The only indication we have gotten is that they can wear a head covering for medical reasons. But the specific head covering for concussions has not been approved at least in Illinois to my knowledge. I even got that impression in my newer area that is not necessarily approved but I am still waiting for more information on that fact.

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Yeah, I'm speaking in terms of Ohio only.
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Old Fri Oct 27, 2017, 11:20am
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Yeah, I'm speaking in terms of Ohio only.
I never suggested you were not. I was commenting that it appears nothing has changed in other places as of yet. States can always come up with their own policy on medical issues. I wonder what will happen with states that border Ohio and teams play in other states from Ohio and how those things will be handled.

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I never suggested you were not. I was commenting that it appears nothing has changed in other places as of yet. States can always come up with their own policy on medical issues. I wonder what will happen with states that border Ohio and teams play in other states from Ohio and how those things will be handled.

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Sorry, misread your post. Trying to do too many things at once here.
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