i have never seen such a thing in my life with this call. honestly, i know i am making more out of this then i should but it makes me question the integrity of college bball (and want to stop watching). correct me if Im wrong:
Mcbee did throw the bow HOWEVER the refs did not call the foul until 10 seconds later on a completely DIFFERENT play. how in the steven pearl can you go to the replay to call fouls retroactively like that?
seriously take a second to think about that, what would happen if its like duke vs unc in the tourney championship and with 1 second left the ref stops the clock and reviews the entire game retroactively calling fouls he or she didnt see....utterly ridiculous.
the rule is you can go back look at replay with a blow above the neck but the orignal call was a foul on ky.so after the foul shots how does ky get the ball?after treys layup with about 2 min left in half,the ky player had one foot over the line when he in bounded the ball.
Actually, Ky has shot 11 FT's to UT's zero. Yahoo hadn't updated their stats yet.
One of my biggest beefs with Martin is he doesn't ride the refs hard enough. Slimeball influenced the flagrant call and UT went from up 3 to down by 6. Martin needs to get in the refs faces at times. You have to on the road if you want to get some kind of calls your way.
I've been watching this same crap for almost 50 years and trust me, it has always been this way. It is always 5 on 8 in Lexington. There's a reason hardly anyone ever wins there. UT has only won 4 games in the history of Rupp. Can't beat the refs.
What the heck are you moaning about? Referees ALWAYS go to the monitor for suspected elbow contact above the shoulders as soon as there is a dead ball. That's exactly what they did and they made the correct flagrant 1 call. That foul gives two shots and possession. Those are the rules and they are enforced for everyone. Do you people just not watch college bball?
There's enough real stuff to complain about that you shouldn't discredit yourself by complaining about the refs doing their job exactly as they are supposed to on the elbow call. That's been a point of emphasis in bball for at least 2 years.