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    Officiating in the Texas game

    Since the lovely LHN had a firm grip on the TV rights I was only able to listen to JW and Heft tonight like most fans. Anyway it seemed that John was getting a little upset about the officials not calling it both ways, at least as far as fouls went. I was wondering if any of you that were able to attned noticed this and have anything to comment on it. Thanks and go state!



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    Not terrible....Just average college b-ball officials.



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    the refs weren't bad...we had more fouls go our way I believe..

    Only debatable call was the Wangmene Flop on Royce then Wangmene elbowed him and no call.

    People blaming the refs need to understand our team still has a ways to go, I think last night showed that.


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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    I didn't like that one foul call when they gave them the bucket and the foul on Gibson I believe it was. That was really late in the game.



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    Refs weren't too bad IMO..... Thought it was a fairly called game.



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    It is rare that I hate on the refs too much. Reffing basketball has to be the hardest of any sport.



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    Texas definitely had the edge when it comes to officiating (but thats not unexpected). That foul call on the three point shot (on Mcgee) was a really bad call imo, looked like a complete flop.



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    Quote Originally Posted by IHavNoCyCash View Post
    the refs weren't bad...we had more fouls go our way I believe..

    Only debatable call was the Wangmene Flop on Royce then Wangmene elbowed him and no call.

    People blaming the refs need to understand our team still has a ways to go, I think last night showed that.

    This. Texas gave us the opp. to take the game and we CHOKED. We have one of the best big men in this league but his failure to hit free throws has already probably cost us a game before tonight. I think we can all rest easy about RW leaving early.


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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    There will be calls to whine about in every game, but overall there was no reason to be upset with the refs tonight. I'd take tonight's refs over the refs from the first Texas game any day.



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    There were some bad calls (the foul on the 3 pt shot, a couple obvious flops) but overall not a horribly called game (nothing compared to what you see week in and week out @KU).

    We had a pretty bad game, we do one of a list of things and we could win that game.



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    Ref ok ISU bad



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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    John tends to let his emotions take over. Not that I'd be much different.


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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    I remember Walters saying in the first half that Texas hardly had any fouls but he thought it had more to do with them getting into good positions on D, rather than the refs.


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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    I didn't think the refs were wildly bad, nor were there any calls I felt really swung momemntum against us.

    We just sucked complete dong, and still almost won.


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    Re: Officiating in the Texas game

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman38 View Post
    I remember Walters saying in the first half that Texas hardly had any fouls but he thought it had more to do with them getting into good positions on D, rather than the refs.
    I heard that also. I saw the 2nd half and I didn't think there was anything to ***** about. If we don't get killed in the middle of the game in a few things, probably win.



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