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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by CloneGuy8, Jan 20, 2018.
In before YeahBuddy's ThugU comment.
The conference sent CSP an email stating that they are trying to eliminate the "celebration" on the court and reigning in emotion because the NBA is getting to "chippy" right now.
Like what the heck??? Overreact much??? Try not to have TOO much fun young men.
So you can throw a punch at an opposing fan and not get suspended, but you get T'd up for having emotion and celebrating during a completive contact sporting event.
Common sense just isn't very common I guess.
When do you suppose our fans will get T'd for cheering too hard?? Sad how soft we have become.
What bothers me is that a ref can show emotion when they make a big call in a game, which can have a huge impact on how the crowd responds, but a player showing emotion is called a technical. Idk how many times a ref has overreacted on a charge or block call and it creates or takes momentum in a game. Its something I never see people complain about but it annoys me.
Refs suck at their jobs.
I will gladly accept a T once and awhile to have a guy on our team who can fire up 15,000 fans every game in Hilton.
Just read this and it kinda sucks:
Besides the two called on Lard, has anyone seen any Big12 player get T'ed for this? Can't believe he is the only one showing 'emotion'.
Which is even more perplexing seeing as Lard hasn't been around long enough to earn a reputation yet.
It would be interesting to hear what he was actually saying when he was T'd up.
Unless Cam is yelling slurs and Fbombs I think he's being officiated a little overly strict. Today's really didn't look bad...unless he's saying some really horrific stuff we can't hear. Just about anything not involving slurs or F bombs should have been fine with today's.
KU got another gift today. Our guy got a T.
I feel like most players in the Big 12 yell like a maniac after a block or dunk.
Playing "basketball" like WVU is going to cause more extracurricular issues than yelling after a dunk.
What happened with KU? I saw Baylor didn't score for the final 3 minutes. Was it "aided" as per usual?
247 Sports has an article on what Prohm found out about Lard's 2 T's:
Baylor didn't execute down the stretch.
Interesting call by Prohm. He'd probably get fined or something in the NBA. I'm glad he didn't just make like these refs are just doing what's best and right for everyone.
Have you ever reffed anything? Do you know what it takes to become a ref and what their compensation is?