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Old Fri Feb 29, 2008, 04:25pm
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Re: NCAA-M Excess Timeout

In the Notre Dame/Louisville game last night there was an excessive timeout.

ND requested an excess timeout, it was granted. Since it was a dead ball they are charged with a team technical foul. Since, it's a dead ball technical go POI which would be a throw-in to ND nearest to the spot where the ball was when the timeout was granted?

Right? Wrong? Reasoning incorrect?
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Old Fri Feb 29, 2008, 04:27pm
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Dead-ball/live-ball has nothing to do with it.

It's a Team Technical and you go to POI after 2 free throws.
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Old Fri Feb 29, 2008, 04:28pm
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Ok, thanks!
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Old Fri Feb 29, 2008, 09:31pm
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One of these days NCAA men is going to get burned on the POI for this call

Calling a timeout to get the clock stopped and giving the other team shots, to get the ball in a place you need to setup a play..

Happened in the NBA, that's why a T for excessive TO also turns ball over to the other team now...

I guess they could learn from the past of the NBA and will learn the hard way... for what its worth the NCAA women, NFHS, and NBA have it right on this rule
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Old Sat Mar 01, 2008, 07:27pm
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Vanderbilt requested an excessive TO in their game today with Arkansas. I was listening to it on the radio and the announcer said, "We haven't seen this since a Michigan game in the NCAA tournament!!!"
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Old Mon Mar 03, 2008, 10:06am
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Vanderbilt requested an excessive TO in their game today with Arkansas. I was listening to it on the radio and the announcer said, "We haven't seen this since a Michigan game in the NCAA tournament!!!"
I saw a story on the game where the Vanderbilt coach said that, since the clock was stopped when the timeout was requested and they were out of timeouts, the official should have told the player they were out of timeouts and denied the request. Does the official have that discretion?
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Old Mon Mar 03, 2008, 10:33am
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I saw a story on the game where the Vanderbilt coach said that, since the clock was stopped when the timeout was requested and they were out of timeouts, the official should have told the player they were out of timeouts and denied the request. Does the official have that discretion?
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Old Mon Mar 03, 2008, 10:34am
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I saw a story on the game where the Vanderbilt coach said that, since the clock was stopped when the timeout was requested and they were out of timeouts, the official should have told the player they were out of timeouts and denied the request. Does the official have that discretion?
I wonder if anywhere in the story if someone asked Coach Stallings why his player was requesting a T-O in the first place and what Coach Stallings was going to do prevent this from happening in the future.
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