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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by Skydog View Post
    Were the authors of this study also Japanese filmmakers? Because Iím pretty sure I saw a major 1950 Samurai film based on their findings!
    Kurosawa was a wise man

  2. #42
    Watching a few minutes of NC State-Virginia, I found out about a foolproof way of making sure unwanted refs are not assigned to your game. Enroll one of their family members at your school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awhom111 View Post
    Watching a few minutes of NC State-Virginia, I found out about a foolproof way of making sure unwanted refs are not assigned to your game. Enroll one of their family members at your school.
    Jon Scheyer is way ahead of you. Meet next season's Fuqua grad transfer:

    tradingplaces.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by brevity View Post
    Jon Scheyer is way ahead of you. Meet next season's Fuqua grad transfer:

    tradingplaces.jpg
    Randolph and Mortimer Duke fully endorse this post!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bshrader View Post
    https://theathletic.com/2974610/2021...me-some-teddy/

    I hope it's alright to post this article, but I found it really interesting. It gave coaches an anonymous platform to speak on some of the more well-known college basketball officials.

    As a high school basketball referee myself, I understand how difficult the job can be and also recognize just how fast the pace of the game can be at the high school level. The job is NOT easy, folks.
    Lord help you. I've seen some down right
    Nasty fans at a few highschool games here. Hopefully not as bad where you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uh_no View Post
    Ayers is considered one of the best refs in the country: https://kenpom.com/blog/roger-ayers-is-the-best-ref/ even if fans like to complain.

    tv Teddy gets deserved hate for his antics
    Lol I haven't seen him locally since before covid.
    He's a nice guy.well he was that day anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkirsh View Post
    A few years ago the NCAA tried to institute more freedom of movement and make the game less physical, which resulted in early season games with whistles on almost every possession and people were losing their minds because it was unwatchable. I agree the game needs more freedom and flow but donít know how to get there.

    Separately, I liked it back in the day when the refs used the concept of ďadvantageĒ in determining fouls. So an offensive player throws himself into a defender who has not totally established legal guarding position, thatís an offensive foul or no-call. Itís hard to define and determine ďadvantageĒ in the era of high speed cameras but would eliminate foul seeking behavior that I think is part of the current problem.
    That call drives me nuts.
    The offensive player throws himself into a defender gets rewarded makes no sense to me.

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