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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 11:08am
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Can anyone tell me about the NCAA rulings on head bands? Last night, I saw an official tell a coach that certain colored head bands could not be worn and then he said white could not be worn with dark uniforms. Help.
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 11:13am
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Headbands and wristbands must be roughly the same color as the uniform.
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 11:21am
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NCAA 3-5-15; 3-5-16; Rule 3 AR 21. (All new this season.)
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 11:25am
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Headbands and wristbands must be roughly the same color as the uniform.
So.....if the uniforms are magenta, then it's OK if the headbands/wristbands are puce?

Are they roughly close enough?
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 11:27am
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headbands and wristbands need to be the color of the "DOMINATE" color of the uniform...so red shirt outlined in white, should have red headbands....
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 11:32am
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Headbands and wristbands must be roughly the same color as the uniform.
So.....if the uniforms are magenta, then it's OK if the headbands/wristbands are puce?

Are they roughly close enough?
Well, roughly speaking I would have to say shut up.
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 11:43am
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Headbands and wristbands must be roughly the same color as the uniform.
So.....if the uniforms are magenta, then it's OK if the headbands/wristbands are puce?

Are they roughly close enough?
Well, roughly speaking I would have to say shut up.
well.....puce on you then!
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 12:55pm
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My wife has always said that I'm a little color blind...I'm glad!

I don't know what 'puce' is, but magenta and anything closely related to it...it red to me! Headbands/sweatbands better be red to!

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My favorite color is plaid.

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I don't know what 'puce' is, but magenta and anything closely related to it...it red to me!
My best friend has a 4-year old daughter. I recently overheard this conversation, when he was trying to find the owner of a car who left the headlights on.

My friend: "Do you have a red car, parked right out front?"

Owner: "I have a maroon car. . ."

My friend: "Sorry. I only deal in primary colors."
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 01:17pm
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I don't know what 'puce' is, but magenta and anything closely related to it...it red to me!
My best friend has a 4-year old daughter. I recently overheard this conversation, when he was trying to find the owner of a car who left the headlights on.

My friend: "Do you have a red car, parked right out front?"

Owner: "I have a maroon car. . ."

My friend: "Sorry. I only deal in primary colors."
Thanks Chuck, that was very interesting. I'm glad I took the time away from watching this paint dry to read it.
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 02:53pm
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Thanks Chuck, that was very interesting. I'm glad I took the time away from watching this paint dry to read it.
That story is hysterical to anybody who has raised a toddler within the last 50 years. You might be too old to remember that far back. . .
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Old Wed Nov 09, 2005, 05:23pm
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Headbands and wristbands must be roughly the same color as the uniform.
So.....if the uniforms are magenta, then it's OK if the headbands/wristbands are puce?

Are they roughly close enough?
Well, roughly speaking I would have to say shut up.
well.....puce on you then!
Wait a minute...I thought pucing was to be done on people's shoes...and thanks Dan, for making me have to go find another rag to wipe the coffee off my monitor...I gotta stop reading these things - poor monitor has coffee stains all over it...
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Old Thu Nov 10, 2005, 04:09am
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NCAA 3-5-15; 3-5-16; Rule 3 AR 21. (All new this season.)
A.R. 21. Substitute A6 attempts to enter the playing court with a headband or wristband that is not in compliance with the single, dominant color of the game jersey.
RULING: Substitute A7 shall not be permitted to enter the game before either wearing the appropriate head band or wristband or removing them.


It's all well and good that the NCAA tells us that A7 shall not be permitted to enter, but what the %&^%( do we do about A6?

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