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He slid into position after the offensive payer jumped...why is that never called anymore?
Behold the walls of Sparta: 10000 men and every one a brick.
I wish they would make referees available for interviews after games to explain why they made certain calls.
Tv Teddy has been asking for this for years
This would just fuel the fire and make them look even less competent.
Thought I read somewhere that this was going to start happening in next year's tournament. Hell if i could remember where though.
Yeah, that's really a better question. If a player's feet aren't set when a player jumps, it has to be a block.
I'm as happy as the next guy that Ohio State won and is joining MSU and UofM in the Sweet Sixteen (nice to see the Big Ten do well), but that call was awful
And if the good Lord’s willin’,
I’m a keep on chillin’,
refillin’ and flyin’ high
Your a retard.
I'll tell you why he made it. He blew the whistle and put his hand up because he knew he was calling a foul one way or the other. He noticed that it was Craft and then decided to call it a charge, at that point making the charge signal.
Yep.. He slid in late, I agree.
And fell backwards prior to contact.
And was never even close to 'vertical' prior to contact
And the vast majority of the contact INCLUDING the initial contact on Craft was from his teammate (D. Thomas)
A total blown call in every regard.
This post was edited by Pylon St8ofmind 13 months ago
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