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...Especially the way Burr ... starts to walk up court before the ball is ever inbounded
This is the part that I particularly don't like from him and Higgins. A few years ago in the NIT championship one of them missed an obvious elbow on an inbound play. The opponent retaliated with a push for which an intentional foul was whistled.
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This is the part that I particularly don't like from him and Higgins. A few years ago in the NIT championship one of them missed an obvious elbow on an inbound play. The opponent retaliated with a push for which an intentional foul was whistled.
Position is the key and look what happens when you are out of such position
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They missed a call...badly...at the end. There's no real excuse and I guarantee that no one will feel as bad as the guys that missed it. Before that it was just a typically officiated Big East game imo. The officiating wasn't a factor up to that point.
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They missed a call...badly...at the end. There's no real excuse and I guarantee that no one will feel as bad as the guys that missed it. Before that it was just a typically officiated Big East game imo. The officiating wasn't a factor up to that point.
I call softball, and just lurk over here. My question: if you had gotten the out of bounds call would you give a technical for a player who was throwing the ball believing the game to be over?
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Old Wed Mar 09, 2011, 05:17pm
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I call softball, and just lurk over here. My question: if you had gotten the out of bounds call would you give a technical for a player who was throwing the ball believing the game to be over?
Maybe DOG. If the OOB violation was called the player reaction probably wouldn't have followed. If he was protesting a call then no doubt, but in this situation I wouldn't penalize him with a tech.

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Oh my word.....Did anyone see this?

1) Pretty clear foul on St John's defender when Rutgers kid drove
We've beaten this game to death on the other thread, but I hadn't seen this play mentioned. To me, this was the one great no call in the entire sequence. The defender had great position and the Rutgers kid initiated all the contact. He was trying to sell a foul, but the crew wasn't buying.
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Maybe DOG. If the OOB violation was called the player reaction probably wouldn't have followed. If he was protesting a call then no doubt, but in this situation I wouldn't penalize him with a tech.
DoG? You mean the warning? Which of the four does this fall under?
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Oh my word.....Did anyone see this?

1) Pretty clear foul on St John's defender when Rutgers kid drove

2) Glaringly obvious over the back(St John's player fouling Rutgers player) right after that on the attempted rebound off of the missed St John's free throw.

3) On the final play, St John's intercepted the half court throw, traveled, then went out of bounds with at LEAST 1.6 on the clock...but he probably travled before that. How is there no whistle when a guy goes out of bounds right in front of an official?

I am not from the Northeast and have exactly no rooting interest in this game.
Haven't seen the plays, but judging by the comments, you're wrong on #1.
#2 indicates you're not really an official.
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Haven't seen the plays, but judging by the comments, you're wrong on #1.
#2 indicates you're not really an official.
I thought number two was properly called as simply an out of bounds, BTW.

I thought the foul was on the long inbounds pass where it looked like the Rutgers player got clocked.
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