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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 09:22pm
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Interesting situation occurring in Madison...

anyone else watching?
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 09:23pm
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I say no basket.....
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 09:23pm
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And the officials agree....Wow, what an ending!!!
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 09:32pm
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In case you missed it.

End of OT, WIS with the ball, down 3. Miss first attempt, got rebound. As time expires, another 3 attempt goes up and in! However, upon review, the clock on the basket shows 0.00 and the LED around the back board lights up....BUT clock directly behind basket on the bowl ring marquee showed 0.1.

Fairly easy call, but interesting.
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 09:36pm
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I turned it on right as they waved it off. Bo Ryan was not a happy camper.
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 09:42pm
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I turned it on right as they waved it off. Bo Ryan was not a happy camper.
True. However, you can't agrue with 5-7-2.
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 10:03pm
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What exactly is the rule in high school and college when a quarter or period ends? Assuming there is a clock above basket and LED light vs nothing at all.
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 10:06pm
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I don't have my rule book in front of me but I believe the horn signals the end of the period.
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 10:19pm
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What exactly is the rule in high school and college when a quarter or period ends? Assuming there is a clock above basket and LED light vs nothing at all.
Fed: 5-6-2
Each quarter or extra period ends when the signal illuminates or sounds indicating time has expired.

NCAA: 5-7-2
Each period shall end when the red light or LED lights have bcome activated. When the light fails to operate or is not visible, each period shall end with the sounding of the game-clock horn.

a. In games when the red light is not present, the game-clock horn shall terminate players' activity.

b. In games with a 10th-of-a-second game clock display and where an official courtside monitor is used, the reading of zeros on the game is to be used to determine whether a try for goal occurred before or after the expiration of time in any period. When the game clock is no visable, the officials shall verify the original call with the use of the red/LED light(s). WHen the red/LED light(s) are not visable, the sounding of the game-clock horn shall be used. When definitive information is unattainable with the use of the monitor, the orginal call stands.

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I don't have my rule book in front of me but I believe the horn signals the end of the period.
See above.
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Old Tue Jan 03, 2012, 11:42pm
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Sorry deecee, but I cast my vote with the tjones1
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Old Wed Jan 04, 2012, 12:23am
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Old Wed Jan 04, 2012, 09:20am
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Comments from Referee Pat Driscoll

"By rule we have to go by the clock that is on the backboard," Driscoll said. "I don't know why there would be different [times] -- it could be satellite, electronic, whatever -- but by rule we have to go by the clock that is attached to the backboard. In our review on the monitor, the clock clearly showed zeros while the ball remained in the Wisconsin player's hands."

Driscoll said officials looked at the replay approximately seven times, also examining whether Evans' foot was on the 3-point line.
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Old Wed Jan 04, 2012, 10:20am
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Fed: 5-6-2
Each quarter or extra period ends when the signal illuminates or sounds indicating time has expired.
This rule changed last year, I believe. It used to be that the officials must go by the horn for a quarter's end. Now, if there's a light behind the backboard (LED or single light), we are to consider the light primarily.

There aren't any high school gyms in these parts that have those lights, only the college gyms. Our state's post-season tournaments are held in three different venues, and only one has such lights. (One of those building is being replaced, so here's hoping they think of such lights.)
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Old Wed Jan 04, 2012, 10:31am
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This rule changed last year, I believe. It used to be that the officials must go by the horn for a quarter's end. Now, if there's a light behind the backboard (LED or single light), we are to consider the light primarily.

There aren't any high school gyms in these parts that have those lights, only the college gyms. Our state's post-season tournaments are held in three different venues, and only one has such lights. (One of those building is being replaced, so here's hoping they think of such lights.)
I think it was changed two years ago (2009-2010). Mark Sr. will confirm later tonight when he has the opportunity to look in his archives.
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Old Wed Jan 04, 2012, 12:03pm
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I turned it on right as they waved it off. Bo Ryan was not a happy camper.
So why was po' Bo so peeved? The replay confirmed it. The officials got it right and the game was played in his facility.
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