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Old Sat Feb 10, 2018, 06:56pm
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Well, I think many of us would take the experience and conferences these guys work any day of the week. This was basically an "off night" for the officials in question and likely could have been at some other major conference in the country in the middle of the country. If the official that is talking to the coach saw something or knows something, he is making that clear. I doubt seriously there was not a well-known reason he was ejected from the game.

And until I hear the officials were suspended or fired from the league, I am pretty sure there is more to the story. This was just the final straw.

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Old Sat Feb 10, 2018, 07:49pm
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Why would anyone--except a blogger or fanboy--seriously think experienced officials would make stuff up?
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Old Sat Feb 10, 2018, 08:23pm
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Nice to see Deadspin being it's usual sewer self.
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Old Mon Feb 12, 2018, 04:23pm
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Why would anyone--except a blogger or fanboy--seriously think experienced officials would make stuff up?
Because we remember Lonnie Dixon in the Pitt back in '04.
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Old Mon Feb 12, 2018, 04:58pm
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I remember one of my first technical was in a high school game when a player blocked a shot and then did that primal type yell after. He did it in the face of the opponent too much though and I gave him a T. Coach was fine with it. After thinking about it I wasn't sure if it was directed at the player he blocked, maybe it wasn't directed. If players want to let out a shout, show some emotion I'm fine as long as it is not directed or crosses some line to warrant a T. I can't hear what was said on the first, but I don't see it being a technical.

The second one is easy. He pointed. Trying to be Shawn Kemp, easy T
That 360 Dunk he did is sweet though!
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