I only know what I saw in this video...but I think that cop had no business coming onto the floor or touching Coach Floyd. Walk next to him...whatever...but there is no need for that cop to come onto the floor!
That video is fantastic. Timmy really knew how to give it to officials. Take off jacket in demonstrative fashion, check. Tie loose and all messed up, check. Use roster/program/paper to point and slap against hand, check. Good times!!
not much of an escort. The officer seemed to come from no where and tried to remove him. I don't think he was right to do that. Good to see firey Coach Floyd again.
If I recall correctly that happened to LE once as well and the officer was out of line in both instances. They are not to inject themselves into a game unless requested by the officiating crew when there is a risk of violence situation.
Originally Posted by CyJack13
Does anyone else find it odd how much people love Floyd or Eustachy's "fire" but despise Bo Pelini for the same thing?
LE and TF go after the officials, BP goes after everyone including his own players. Also the frequency is an issue with BP.
UCF shot 30 of 37 free throws in the second half alone in that game. They only had 8 field goals in the second half. They won by only 7 points. Just aesthetically the box score looks fishy for an officiating crew. I am not sure where a team got so many technical fouls 5 for a team in a half seems like a bunch.
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