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    Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    This isn't 1988, you aren't required to raise your hand when you commit a foul.It was an epic failure on the part of the refs, nothing more, nothing less. Stop giving credit where no credit is due.


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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Isn't raising your hand now actually a technical at some level, maybe high school?



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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Not only that, but it also demonstrates a complete lack of sportsmanship (much like the dunk at the end and Self intentionally being T'd up in the first half). But then again, this is KU basketball we are dealing with. These are not good people.



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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Are there people actually giving him credit?



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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Actually, it is only further evidence Big XII officials suck Santa's - whatever
    That crew was an outright embarrassment to basketball.


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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Quote Originally Posted by gogagig View Post
    Are there people actually giving him credit?
    Yep. ESPN boards are littered with KU fans.



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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    It was pretty smart on his part and obviously worked as intended, but the refs should never be fooled or swayed by something like that.




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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Next time we have Niang to beat the crap out of some opponent, and then Austin McBeth to raise his hand



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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Quote Originally Posted by gogagig View Post
    Are there people actually giving him credit?
    Heard this a few times on KXNO & Out of Bounds today from the local yocals.


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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    In high school basketball, faking being fouled is an unsporting act that is subject to a technical foul. Faking being the fouler should be as well, at all levels!



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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    That's like saying it's ok to cheat as long as you dont get caught



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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    It was pretty smart on his part and obviously worked as intended, but the refs should never be fooled or swayed by something like that.
    Refs weren't fooled. They wanted to stop clock, Withey intentionally fouled as he was closer to ball handler and they wanted to stop the clock quickly, then they gave Kansas another hand and called it on Young. Refs knew who the foul was on but knew KU still needed Withey.



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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Quote Originally Posted by carvers4math View Post
    Refs weren't fooled. They wanted to stop clock, Withey intentionally fouled as he was closer to ball handler and they wanted to stop the clock quickly, then they gave Kansas another hand and called it on Young. Refs knew who the foul was on but knew KU still needed Withey.
    Whoa, whoa stop I don't have my tin foil ready!




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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    Whoa, whoa stop I don't have my tin foil ready!
    i dont believe you


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    Re: Young raising his hand is not a great play-so sick of hearing this

    Quote Originally Posted by Cycl1 View Post
    i dont believe you
    I think Cyclonepride stole mine, his hat looked bigger than normal.




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