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jmwking Mon Feb 03, 2020 07:15am

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Originally Posted by Raymond (Post 1037314)
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I guess you're also in favor of officials publicly commenting about coaches and institutions by name?

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Ouch - tough standard around here!

SC Official Mon Feb 03, 2020 07:26am

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Originally Posted by jmwking (Post 1037319)
Ouch - tough standard around here!

Not really.

youngump Mon Feb 03, 2020 11:20am

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Originally Posted by Raymond (Post 1037314)
I guess you're also in favor of officials publicly commenting about coaches and institutions by name?
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For the protection of the officials, I think it would be a bad idea in many cases. But I'm sure I also see that as a much closer and more case specific than most here.
To take an example, an open letter about the behavior of Coach Knight would have it's merits. Letting officials answer questions about what happened when a coach threw a chair across the court also might. [And for that matter, I feel like I've read an interview with the referees who were there at some point (but perhaps not, or perhaps they waited until they were retired to speak on the matter.)] But on the flip side it would make it harder for Indiana fans to believe that they were being neutrally officiated with Coach Knight there. Or perhaps, and this is what I was trying to get at, that's not the flip side but actually a pro to greater transparency.

Raymond Mon Feb 03, 2020 12:30pm

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Originally Posted by youngump (Post 1037327)
For the protection of the officials, I think it would be a bad idea in many cases. But I'm sure I also see that as a much closer and more case specific than most here.
To take an example, an open letter about the behavior of Coach Knight would have it's merits. Letting officials answer questions about what happened when a coach threw a chair across the court also might. [And for that matter, I feel like I've read an interview with the referees who were there at some point (but perhaps not, or perhaps they waited until they were retired to speak on the matter.)] But on the flip side it would make it harder for Indiana fans to believe that they were being neutrally officiated with Coach Knight there. Or perhaps, and this is what I was trying to get at, that's not the flip side but actually a pro to greater transparency.

IMO, if conferences allow coaches to criticize officials, especially by name, people are always going think that official will never give that coach's team a fair shake in the future.

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jmwking Mon Feb 03, 2020 06:00pm

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Originally Posted by Raymond (Post 1037314)
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I guess you're also in favor of officials publicly commenting about coaches and institutions by name?

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Originally Posted by jmwking (Post 1037319)
Ouch - tough standard around here!

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Originally Posted by SC Official (Post 1037321)
Not really.

Just trying to note how coaches routinely get talked about (publicly) here, albeit not the games called.

SC Official Mon Feb 03, 2020 06:51pm

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Originally Posted by jmwking (Post 1037365)
Just trying to note how coaches routinely get talked about (publicly) here, albeit not the games called.

Are you seriously comparing an Internet message board of officials to a nationally televised press conference?

Please excuse me while I clean up my drink I spit out from laughing.

JRutledge Mon Feb 03, 2020 07:06pm

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Originally Posted by jmwking (Post 1037365)
Just trying to note how coaches routinely get talked about (publicly) here, albeit not the games called.

None of us work their games. Not sure who we talk about other than some public situations and their behavior. But remind me the last time any of have had guys we show on video here. Officials that work those games are not hear talking about those situations we show.

Peace

Raymond Mon Feb 03, 2020 08:09pm

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Originally Posted by jmwking (Post 1037365)
Just trying to note how coaches routinely get talked about (publicly) here, albeit not the games called.

We do not talk about the coaches and institutions we work ourselves. We'll just say we worked a game somewhere and ... happened.



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