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Old Mon Dec 03, 2007, 11:15pm
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. So, again, KENTUCKY breaks their huddle and young Pat Riley turns around ?


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Wasn't the Kentucky coach named Rupp?? I thought part of the story was that he was so impressed that he went back to Kentucky and integrated his program, and he was such a great coach that they named their new stadium after him all those years ago??
Juulie, Pat Riley was a player in that game on the Kentucky team.
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Old Tue Dec 04, 2007, 07:12am
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If we put this into a HS game:
If the TEAM breaks this rule, which is very similar in the NFHS, then I would instruct them to adhere to it. If they didn't, then the penalty would be a TEAM technical foul. There is a ruling that says when multiple members of a team commit some infraction the intent of the rules is to penalize it with one team technical foul, not each individual.
So if a team leaves the designated bench area before the second horn, they have violated this rule?
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Old Tue Dec 04, 2007, 07:57am
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So if a team leaves the designated bench area before the second horn, they have violated this rule?
Coach, the rule says that their team conference must take place within that area, not that they cannot leave it once that talk is finished or that they even have to have such a chat. However, they certainly are not allowed to violate the sanctity of the opponent's huddle. That would clearly be unsporting. They need to respect the area designated for the opposing team during a time-out and stay out of it.
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. So, again, KENTUCKY breaks their huddle and young Pat Riley turns around ?




Juulie, Pat Riley was a player in that game on the Kentucky team.
Interesting!! Thanks, Nevada. But I was right about Rupp being the coach?
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Old Tue Dec 04, 2007, 10:58am
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They named the arena after him because he basically made that program into a big time program. They did not name the arena after him because he was a well known civil rights activist. After this game, Kentucky was not all of a sudden a haven for Black players from the state of Kentucky. I do not think there was not a Black player that attended Kentucky until 1970.
Yea, I didn't word that all very well, did I? What year was that national game that Glory Road was made from?
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Old Tue Dec 04, 2007, 11:05am
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Interesting!! Thanks, Nevada. But I was right about Rupp being the coach?
Yes, Adolph Rupp was the coach at that time.
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Old Tue Dec 04, 2007, 11:35am
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Yea, I didn't word that all very well, did I? What year was that national game that Glory Road was made from?
1966.

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Old Tue Dec 04, 2007, 01:19pm
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Another interesting note on that game is that it was played at Cole Fieldhouse in Maryland. That was UMD's home area until just a few years ago when they built a new one. Current MD coach Gary Williams detailed in an interview how as a kid he snuck into the building to watch the game.
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Old Tue Dec 04, 2007, 05:07pm
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Back in the 70's the Oregon Kamikaze Kids (Ducks) basketball team would stand at mid-court and stare at the opponents during warm-ups. They never said a word, just watched. It was allowed until a scuffle broke out.

Can't do that anymore.
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Old Tue Dec 04, 2007, 07:27pm
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Midcourt

CONNECTICUT MECHANICS:
Point to floor for two-point field goal try.
No long switches when foul is called in the backcourt and there is no change of possession or direction.
Team members are not allowed to congregate at midcourt during introductions.
Coaching Box must be marked. If home coach and/or home management refuse to designate coaching box
with tape, the home team will not use a coaching box for that game. However, the visiting team will be
allowed a coaching box. Notify Board Secretary or Commissioner the next day.
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