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Old Sat Mar 19, 2005, 06:13pm
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Does Illinois not own any white uniforms?

Pretty sure they were in white on Thursday.
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Old Sat Mar 19, 2005, 06:28pm
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Interesting sitch...

NV coach is berating the T who is tableside about a foul on his team and a no call on ILL, both good decisions. T gets a stop sign and is warning him when the L comes from the baseline and sticks him. Hmmmmmmmm.
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Old Sat Mar 19, 2005, 06:30pm
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Guessing there's no seat belt in the NCAA?
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T gets a stop sign and is warning him when the L comes from the baseline and sticks him. Hmmmmmmmm.
I noticed that it was the Lead who stuck him. I didn't see what was going on with the Trail. That'll be an interesting halftime conversation.

And no, there's no suitbelt rule in the NCAA.
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Old Sat Mar 19, 2005, 06:57pm
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T gets a stop sign and is warning him when the L comes from the baseline and sticks him. Hmmmmmmmm.
I noticed that it was the Lead who stuck him. I didn't see what was going on with the Trail. That'll be an interesting halftime conversation.

And no, there's no suitbelt rule in the NCAA.
Didn't think so, but wanted to make sure. Thanks
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And no, there's no suitbelt rule in the NCAA.
"Suitbelt"? I'm pretty sure there's no suitbelt rule in FED either.
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Old Sat Mar 19, 2005, 07:22pm
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Hmmmm, good point Chuck!
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And no, there's no suitbelt rule in the NCAA.
"Suitbelt"? I'm pretty sure there's no suitbelt rule in FED either.
Well there darn sure oughtta be!
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Old Mon Mar 21, 2005, 02:37am
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I was glad that Coach Fox took a T there. I thought that he had a point that Illinois was being allowed to play more physical defense under the basket than Nevada throughout the first half.
The last two trips merely highlighted that in his mind. The calls were probably both right though. He was merely fighting for his team.
I didn't like that the Lead came and got him when the T seemed to have it handled. The complaint was far more about the T's no call on the other end when he was the L than the new Lead's call that was just made.

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I'll have to watch the tape again to see who did exactly what, but I did find it interesting that Nevada had both Ken Ditty and Mike Kitts for both games.
Since the pod system allows teams from different Regionals to play at the same first round site, I would think that a good NCAA policy would be to have the officials only see a team once on the first weekend with the guys who do a 2nd round game working the teams from the other Regional than the one they had in the 1st round.
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