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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:11pm
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Was that a double dribble with 1.5 left? I didnít see a defender touch it.
Yes it was.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:12pm
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That missed illegal dribble call was HUGE.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:13pm
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Gutsy call on the three but itís right.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:13pm
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Blatant illegal dribble just missed in the final five seconds of the game!
I agree and huge... giving Auburn back the ball With 1.5 could have changed the outcome of the game. Of course not fouling would have changed the outcome of the game

Event the analyst now discussing the dribble.

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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:15pm
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Was that a double dribble with 1.5 left? I didnít see a defender touch it.

Right call on the last foul...
I thought so too on the first, and also agree on the second.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:15pm
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Great example of why people need to stop talking about ďletting the players decide the game.Ē
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:28pm
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So hard to watch this. These guys are cream of the crop. You have to make that call and be aware of the situation. Another big missed call in a huge game.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:31pm
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So hard to watch this. These guys are cream of the crop. You have to make that call and be aware of the situation. Another big missed call in a huge game.
Why arenít you out there?
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:34pm
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Hardly any fanboys knew that was an illegal dribble until Steratore came on air.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:46pm
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Not a fumble/bobble?

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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:57pm
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Auburn fans throw stuff at the refs as they leave the floor.

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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 07:59pm
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That missed illegal dribble call was HUGE.
IMO, the Center (Sirmons) should've called the front jersey grab by Auburn #2 (take foul) right before the double-dribble.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 08:01pm
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Hardly any fanboys knew that was an illegal dribble until Steratore came on air.
Including Charles Barkley, who said he wasnít aware of that ruling.
He was absolute class in not complaining about officiating decisions, but rather praised both Auburn and Virginia for the plays that they made and the great game.
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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 08:09pm
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IMO, the Center (Sirmons) should've called the front jersey grab by Auburn #2 (take foul) right before the double-dribble.


This. My God, this. A grab of the jersey too.


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Old Sat Apr 06, 2019, 08:11pm
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the double dribble was obvious to anyone with a reasonable understanding of the rules. what was surprising was that Sirmons was there because he blows his whistle for every little thing. the only play I wondered about towards the end was whether Auburn traveled after the catch, before the foul, with about 20 seconds left.

I thought they did a great job other than the double dribble
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