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Old Tue Mar 15, 2022, 04:49pm
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NCAA Men's Tournament Officials (2022)

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FIRST FOUR -- DAYTON, OH

Tuesday, 3/15/2022
(16) Texas Southern vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (16) -- Joe Lindsay, Michael Palou, Chad Barlow
(12) Wyoming vs. (12) Indiana -- Roger Ayers, Nate Harris, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal

Wednesday, 3/16/2022
(16) Wright State vs. (16) Bryant -- DJ Carstensen, Evan Burroughs, Jason Baker
(12) Rutgers vs. (12) Notre Dame -- Pat Driscoll, Courtney Green, Rob Rorke


ROUND OF 64

Thursday, 3/17/2022
INDIANAPOLIS
(11) Michigan vs. (6) Colorado State -- Larry Scirotto, Jeb Hartness, Justin Porterfield
(14) Longwood vs. (3) Tennessee -- Ray Natili, Bill Ek, Chuck Jones
(15) Saint Peters vs. (2) Kentucky -- Joe Lindsay, Larry Spaulding, Edwin Young
(10) San Francisco vs. (7) Murray State -- Roger Ayers, Earl Walton, Patrick Evans

BUFFALO
(13) South Dakota State vs. (4) Providence -- Terry Oglesby, Michael Greenstein, Anthony Jordan
(12) Richmond vs. (5) Iowa -- Pat Adams, Clarence Armstrong, David Hall
(12) New Mexico State vs. (5) UConn -- Jeff Clark, Tony Henderson, DG Nelson
(13) Vermont vs. (4) Arkansas -- Bert Smith, Greg Nixon, Steve McJunkins

PORTLAND
(9) Memphis vs. (8) Boise State -- Gerry Pollard, Bart Lenox, Sean Hull
(16) Georgia State vs. (1) Gonzaga -- Michael Irving, Rob Riley, Tommy Morrissey
(12) Indiana vs. (5) Saint Mary’s -- Verne Harris, Kelly Pfeifer, Rick Crawford
(13) Akron vs. (4) UCLA -- Terry Wymer, Matt Potter, Amy Bonner

FORT WORTH
(16) Norfolk State vs. (1) Baylor -- Jeff Anderson, Darron George, Rob Kueneman
(9) Marquette vs. (8) North Carolina -- Kipp Kissinger, Lamar Simpson, Nate Harris
(9) Creighton vs. (8) San Diego State -- Brian Dorsey, Brent Hampton, Vladimir Voyard-Tadal
(16) Texas Southern vs. (1) Kansas -- Tony Padilla, Donnie Eppley, Scott Brown

Friday, 3/18/2022
PITTSBURGH
(10) Loyola Chicago vs. (7) Ohio State -- Brian O’Connell, Antinio Petty, Courtney Green
(15) Delaware vs. (2) Villanova -- Mike Reed, Tony Greene, Todd Austin
(13) Chattanooga vs. (4) Illinois -- Don Daily, Tony Chiazza, Tommy Nunez Jr
(15) UAB vs. (2) Houston -- Doug Sirmons, Bret Smith, Olandis Poole

GREENVILLE
(15) Jacksonville State vs. (2) Auburn -- Lee Cassell, Deldre Carr, Brooks Wells
(10) Miami vs. (7) USC -- Bo Boroski, AJ Desai, Chance Moore
(15) Cal State Fullerton vs. (2) Duke -- John Gaffney, Randy Richardson, Greg Evans
(10) Davidson vs. (7) Michigan State -- Pat Driscoll, Byron Jarrett, Chris Beaver

SAN DIEGO
(14) Montana State vs. (3) Texas Tech -- Keith Kimble, Eric Curry, Jerry Heater
(11) Notre Dame vs. (6) Alabama -- Doug Shows, Tim Clougherty, Brandon Cruz
(16) Wright State vs. (1) Arizona -- Paul Szelc, Bill Covington, KB Burdett
(9) TCU vs. (8) Seton Hall -- John Higgins, Kevin Brill, Frank Harvey

MILWAUKEE
(14) Yale vs. (3) Purdue -- James Breeding, Evan Burroughs, Owen Shortt
(11) Virginia Tech vs. (6) Texas -- Chris Rastatter, Steve Anderson, John Floyd
(11) Iowa State vs. (6) LSU -- Ron Groover, Mark Schnur, Marques Pettigrew
(14) Colgate vs. (3) Wisconsin -- DJ Carstensen, Mike Nance, Nate Farrell


ROUND OF 32

Saturday, 3/19/2022
INDIANAPOLIS
(11) Michigan vs. (3) Tennessee -- Larry Scirotto, Joe Lindsay, Earl Walton
(15) Saint Peter's vs. (7) Murray State -- Roger Ayers, Ray Natili, Jeb Hartness

BUFFALO
(12) Richmond vs. (4) Providence -- Jeff Clark, Tony Henderson, Bert Smith
(12) New Mexico State vs. (4) Arkansas -- Terry Oglesby, Pat Adams, Michael Greenstein

PORTLAND
(5) Saint Mary's vs. (4) UCLA -- Gerry Pollard, Michael Irving, Rob Riley
(9) Memphis vs. (1) Gonzaga -- Terry Wymer, Verne Harris, Kelly Pfeifer

FORT WORTH
(8) North Carolina vs. (1) Baylor -- Kipp Kissinger, Brent Hampton, Donnie Eppley
(9) Creighton vs. (1) Kansas -- Jeff Anderson, Tony Padilla, Lamar Simpson

Sunday, 3/20/2022
PITTSBURGH
(5) Houston vs. (4) Illinois -- Brian O'Connell, Mike Reed, Courtney Green
(7) Ohio State vs. (2) Villanova -- Don Daily, Tony Chiazza, Doug Sirmons

GREENVILLE
(7) Michigan State vs. (2) Duke -- Bo Boroski, Lee Cassell, AJ Desai
(10) Miami vs. (2) Auburn -- John Gaffney, Pat Driscoll, Byron Jarrett

SAN DIEGO
(11) Notre Dame vs. (3) Texas Tech -- John Higgins, Bill Covington, Paul Szelc
(9) TCU vs. (1) Arizona -- Doug Shows, Keith Kimble, Eric Curry

MILWAUKEE
(11) Iowa State vs. (3) Wisconsin -- James Breeding, Chris Rastatter, Steve Anderson
(6) Texas vs. (3) Purdue -- Ron Groover, Marques Pettigrew, DJ Carstensen


SWEET SIXTEEN

Thursday, 3/24/2022
SAN FRANCISCO
(4) Arkansas vs. (1) Gonzaga -- James Breeding, Doug Shows, Michael Irving
(3) Texas Tech vs. (2) Duke -- Bert Smith, Lamar Simpson, Gerry Pollard

SAN ANTONIO
(11) Michigan vs. (2) Villanova -- Pat Adams, Don Daily, Tony Henderson
(5) Houston vs. (1) Arizona -- Terry Oglesby, Marques Pettigrew, Paul Szelc

Friday, 3/25/2022
PHILADELPHIA
(15) Saint Peter’s vs. (3) Purdue -- Chris Rastatter, Pat Driscoll, Brent Hampton
(8) North Carolina vs. (4) UCLA -- Tony Padilla, Lee Cassell, Courtney Green

CHICAGO
(4) Providence vs. (1) Kansas -- Keith Kimble, John Gaffney, Ray Natili
(11) Iowa State vs. (10) Miami -- Doug Sirmons, Jeff Clark, DJ Carstensen


ELITE EIGHT

Saturday, 3/26/2022
SAN ANTONIO
(5) Houston vs. (2) Villanova -- Jeff Anderson, Kipp Kissinger, Mike Reed

SAN FRANCISCO
(4) Arkansas vs. (2) Duke -- Ron Groover, Larry Scirotto, Joe Lindsay

Sunday, 3/27/2022
CHICAGO
(10) Miami vs. (1) Kansas -- Roger Ayers, Terry Wymer, Earl Walton

PHILADELPHIA
(15) Saint Peters vs. (8) North Carolina -- John Higgins, Verne Harris, Bo Boroski


FINAL FOUR -- NEW ORLEANS, LA

Saturday, 4/2/2022
(2) Villanova vs. (1) Kansas -- Keith Kimble, Doug Sirmons, James Breeding
(8) North Carolina vs. (2) Duke -- Roger Ayers, Bo Boroski, Tony Padilla

Monday, 4/4/2022
(8) North Carolina vs. (1) Kansas -- Ron Groover, Jeff Anderson, Terry Oglesby

Final Four Alternates: Bert Smith and Joe Lindsay

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Old Sat Mar 19, 2022, 09:40am
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It was interesting that Teddy Valentine did not work the tournament. Also, last year's Championship "R", Randy McCall decided not to work as well due to "personal" reasons from what I've been told.
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Old Sun Mar 20, 2022, 02:52pm
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From an article on The Spun:

“During Baylor’s comeback, the refs called 13 of 14 fouls against Carolina. If these refs get another assignment in this tournament it’s an absolute travesty,” a UNC fan tweeted.”

How convenient of this fan to forget that prior to the colossally careless, seismically lineup shifting and momentum changing F2 on one of his players, those same refs called 8 of 9 fouls against Baylor. The absurdity of this quote….

As for the future assignability of the crew:

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(8) North Carolina vs. (1) Baylor -- Kipp Kissinger, Brent Hampton, Donnie Eppley
…yeah, I’m kinda thinking guys with names like that are gonna get a few more assignments. Maybe it’s just me, but….


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Old Sun Mar 20, 2022, 03:32pm
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... 13 of 14 fouls ... 8 of 9 fouls against Baylor.
I hate these number "games". Teams have different styles of offense and defense. Zone defense. Man to man defense. Pressing defense. Half court defense. Slow down offense. Fast break offense. Good defenders. Bad defenders. Ball handlers that are aggressive, some out of control. Ball handlers that are patient. Within the actual game there are ebbs and flows. Teams behind often play differently that teams ahead. Then factor in randomness and luck, good luck, and bad luck; good calls, and bad calls; good no-calls, and bad no-calls.
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Old Sun Mar 20, 2022, 03:42pm
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You're right there; the expected ratio of fouls by each team isn't necessarily 50:50. It relies on the game situation and the teams themselves.
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Old Sun Mar 20, 2022, 04:01pm
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Even Steven ...

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... the expected ratio of fouls by each team isn't necessarily 50:50.
"Your right coach, I am calling more fouls against your team and fewer fouls against his team because the score is lopsided, you're up 43 to 28, and I have to "even up" the score".

"What do you mean that I don't have to "even up" THOSE numbers?"

"And, by the way, the other team has used more timeouts than you, four to one, so you better call some more timeouts to "even up" the timeouts."

"Count your blessings, you do get two of the next three alternating possession arrows."
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Old Wed Mar 23, 2022, 04:22am
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Sweet 16 Officials

If you go to Jeff Goodman's twitter account, you will see the 36 officials working this weekend.
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2022, 10:01am
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My predictions for the rest of the tournament

SAN FRANCISCO
(4) Arkansas vs. (1) Gonzaga -- Doug Shows, Bert Smith, Gerry Pollard
(3) Texas Tech vs. (2) Duke -- Ron Groover, Joe Lindsay, Lamar Simpson

Championship: James Breeding, Larry Scirotto, Michael Irving


SAN ANTONIO
(11) Michigan vs. (2) Villanova -- Terry Oglesby, Paul Szelc, Marques Pettigrew
(5) Houston vs. (1) Arizona -- Mike Reed, Pat Adams, Tony Henderson

Championship: Jeff Anderson, Kipp Kissinger, Don Daily


PHILADELPHIA
(15) Saint Peter’s vs. (3) Purdue -- Chris Rastatter, Courtney Green, Brent Hampton
(8) North Carolina vs. (4) UCLA -- Tony Padilla, Lee Cassell, Pat Driscoll

Championship: Bo Boroski, Verne Harris, John Higgins


CHICAGO
(4) Providence vs. (1) Kansas -- Roger Ayers, Jeff Clark, Ray Natili
(11) Iowa State vs. (10) Miami -- DJ Carstensen, John Gaffney, Earl Walton

Championship: Doug Sirmons, Keith Kimble, Terry Wymer



FINAL FOUR: Keith Kimble, Doug Sirmons, Bo Boroski, James Breeding, Roger Ayers, Larry Scirotto, Bert Smith, Jeff Anderson, Ron Groover, alternates: Don Daily and DJ Carstensen
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I am not the best jump ball tosser. Watching Tony Padilla’s toss tonight in UCLA-NC made me feel a little better about myself.


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I am not the best jump ball tosser. Watching Tony Padilla’s toss tonight in UCLA-NC made me feel a little better about myself.
Sadly it’s not really a thing to blow back tosses on TV games.
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Old Mon Mar 28, 2022, 03:40pm
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Final Four Officials per NCAA

Jeff Anderson
Roger Ayers
Bo Boroski
James Breeding
Ron Groover
Keith Kimble
Tony Padilla
Terry Oglesby
Doug Sirmons
Joe Lindsay (1st)
Bert Smith (1st)

No word on which two are going to be the alternates.

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Sadly it’s not really a thing to blow back tosses on TV games.
Why not? A bad toss is a bad way to start the game.

If the referee is not confident in his toss, he can let either umpire handle it. That might avoid the need to call back tosses in the first place.
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Why not? A bad toss is a bad way to start the game.

If the referee is not confident in his toss, he can let either umpire handle it. That might avoid the need to call back tosses in the first place.
You should not jump to these conclusions. No one is saying veteran referees are not confident in tossing jump balls. The comment is about calling back the occasional bad toss.
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I was curious why people don't call back bad tosses on TV games. A bad toss is embarrassing by itself, so I don't see how calling it back makes things worse.
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Old Tue Mar 29, 2022, 10:18am
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I was curious why people don't call back bad tosses on TV games. A bad toss is embarrassing by itself, so I don't see how calling it back makes things worse.
Almost all non-officials don't know what a bad toss is, they wouldn't know it if it smacked them in the face (apologies to Chris Rock).

A small number of officials don't know what a bad toss is, in fact, a small number of officials don't know all the jump ball rules.

Preemptive note to Mark T. DeNucci, Sr.: Shut up.
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