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This probably won't be well-received ... but the [h]chief of NCAA officials has revealed that the game officials did not have access to the entire repertoire of replay video[/h] which the TV-viewing public saw on the controversial finger-tip out-of-bounds play late in the 2nd half of the Duke/Wisconsin game.

Shortly after the officials walked away from scorer's table, the chief saw the incriminarting video, but decided not to call the officials back for another look.

Story:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaabk/ncaa-officials-chief-refs-didnt-see-key-replay/ar-AAaz9uH?ocid=HPCDHP

Game Recap, Team Stats, Box Score:
http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-baskbl/recaps/040615aab.html
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thecrackerjack
For those on here ripping Bo for the "rent a player" comment, did you actually read the full transcript and take into account the context of entire quote along with the question that was asked? If you are like the national media, I doubt it. Here it is, courtesy of the BTN's Mike Hall:

Q. Frank said it's just going to be hard to say good-bye. Can you talk about, is it going to be hard for you to say good-bye to this class of seniors?

COACH RYAN: Oh, without a doubt. All the seniors that I've had -- hard to say the word. But every player that's played through the program, okay, we don't do a rent-a-player. You know what I mean? Try to take a fifth-year guy. That's okay. If other people do that, that's okay. I like trying to build from within. It's just the way I am. And to see these guys grow over the years and to be here last year and lose a tough game, boom, they came back. They said what they wanted to do, they put themselves into that position, and they won't forget this for a long time. I told them that's life. Wait till you get a job. Wait till you start the next 60 or 70 years of your life. It's not always going to work out the way you would like it to. But you measure a person by what it takes to discourage them.

The context of the question is in relation to saying goodbye to players that have been around the program for 4-5 years, and that makes it a lot harder to say goodbye than if those players are only there for 1 year.
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safetysqueezepleezzee11
mickjagger wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
This probably won't be well-received ... but the [h]chief of NCAA officials has revealed that the game officials did not have access to the entire repertoire of replay video[/h] which the TV-viewing public saw on the controversial finger-tip out-of-bounds play late in the 2nd half of the Duke/Wisconsin game.

Shortly after the officials walked away from scorer's table, the chief saw the incriminarting video, but decided not to call the officials back for another look.

Story:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaabk/ncaa-officials-chief-refs-didnt-see-key-replay/ar-AAaz9uH?ocid=HPCDHP

Game Recap, Team Stats, Box Score:
http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-baskbl/recaps/040615aab.html

Why do the TV announcers always claim the game officials have access to the same video replay which the TV audience does, if, in fact, that's not true?

Surprised there has been no discussion regarding this atrocity .... This botched call resulted in a potential 5-6 pt swing during crunch time ... that is completely unacceptable in this technological age in which we live!

This could get interesting.
Now Jim Nance has come out and said that the officials DID indeed have access to ALL the views.
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mickjagger
safetysqueezepleezzee11 wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
This probably won't be well-received ... but the [h]chief of NCAA officials has revealed that the game officials did not have access to the entire repertoire of replay video[/h] which the TV-viewing public saw on the controversial finger-tip out-of-bounds play late in the 2nd half of the Duke/Wisconsin game.

Shortly after the officials walked away from scorer's table, the chief saw the incriminarting video, but decided not to call the officials back for another look.

Story:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaabk/ncaa-officials-chief-refs-didnt-see-key-replay/ar-AAaz9uH?ocid=HPCDHP

Game Recap, Team Stats, Box Score:
http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-baskbl/recaps/040615aab.html

Why do the TV announcers always claim the game officials have access to the same video replay which the TV audience does, if, in fact, that's not true?

Surprised there has been no discussion regarding this atrocity .... This botched call resulted in a potential 5-6 pt swing during crunch time ... that is completely unacceptable in this technological age in which we live!


This could get interesting.
Now Jim Nance has come out and said that the officials DID indeed have access to ALL the views.
The plot thickens ...
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safetysqueezepleezzee11
mickjagger wrote:
safetysqueezepleezzee11 wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
This probably won't be well-received ... but the [h]chief of NCAA officials has revealed that the game officials did not have access to the entire repertoire of replay video[/h] which the TV-viewing public saw on the controversial finger-tip out-of-bounds play late in the 2nd half of the Duke/Wisconsin game.

Shortly after the officials walked away from scorer's table, the chief saw the incriminarting video, but decided not to call the officials back for another look.

Story:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaabk/ncaa-officials-chief-refs-didnt-see-key-replay/ar-AAaz9uH?ocid=HPCDHP

Game Recap, Team Stats, Box Score:
http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-baskbl/recaps/040615aab.html

Why do the TV announcers always claim the game officials have access to the same video replay which the TV audience does, if, in fact, that's not true?

Surprised there has been no discussion regarding this atrocity .... This botched call resulted in a potential 5-6 pt swing during crunch time ... that is completely unacceptable in this technological age in which we live!


This could get interesting.
Now Jim Nance has come out and said that the officials DID indeed have access to ALL the views.

The plot thickens ...


Dan Gavitt of the NCAA also confirms that the refs DID have access to ALL the views.
My guess would be the refs heard Coach K saying "It has to be unrefutable" over and over and over.
While I don't think Wisconsin would have pulled out a win with the correct call, it does make things
look stupid to the public that the refs can even review the replays properly. No reason to have the
replays if the aren't going to be looked at. An 8 year old would have done better.
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buzzerbeater2
I saw this fun theory online: If Bo gets interviewed at the half instead of K, UW wins. That way, the NCAA and everyone else wouldn't have heard K whine about the officiating.Wondered if K had a direct line to Emmert in the locker room to make a call, lol.
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mickjagger
mickjagger wrote:
This probably won't be well-received ... but the [h]chief of NCAA officials has revealed that the game officials did not have access to the entire repertoire of replay video[/h] which the TV-viewing public saw on the controversial finger-tip out-of-bounds play late in the 2nd half of the Duke/Wisconsin game.

Shortly after the officials walked away from scorer's table, the chief saw the incriminarting video, but decided not to call the officials back for another look.

Story:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaabk/ncaa-officials-chief-refs-didnt-see-key-replay/ar-AAaz9uH?ocid=HPCDHP

Game Recap, Team Stats, Box Score:
http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-baskbl/recaps/040615aab.html
Why do the TV announcers always claim the game officials have access to the same video replay which the TV audience does, if, in fact, that's not true?

Surprised there has been no discussion regarding this atrocity .... This botched call resulted in a potential 5-6 pt swing during crunch time ... that is completely unacceptable in this technological age in which we live!
Wisconsin Sports Network Hall of Fame Inductee, 2012
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blade12
I thought this was funny.

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Tiger Woods hit it out of bounds at 8 today at The Masters. The officials awarded the ball to Duke.
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mickjagger
safetysqueezepleezzee11 wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
safetysqueezepleezzee11 wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
This probably won't be well-received ... but the [h]chief of NCAA officials has revealed that the game officials did not have access to the entire repertoire of replay video[/h] which the TV-viewing public saw on the controversial finger-tip out-of-bounds play late in the 2nd half of the Duke/Wisconsin game.

Shortly after the officials walked away from scorer's table, the chief saw the incriminarting video, but decided not to call the officials back for another look.

Story:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaabk/ncaa-officials-chief-refs-didnt-see-key-replay/ar-AAaz9uH?ocid=HPCDHP

Game Recap, Team Stats, Box Score:
http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-baskbl/recaps/040615aab.html

Why do the TV announcers always claim the game officials have access to the same video replay which the TV audience does, if, in fact, that's not true?

Surprised there has been no discussion regarding this atrocity .... This botched call resulted in a potential 5-6 pt swing during crunch time ... that is completely unacceptable in this technological age in which we live!


This could get interesting.
Now Jim Nance has come out and said that the officials DID indeed have access to ALL the views.

The plot thickens ...


[h]Dan Gavitt of the NCAA also confirms that the refs DID have access to ALL the views.[/h]
My guess would be the refs heard Coach K saying "It has to be unrefutable" over and over and over.
[h]While I don't think Wisconsin would have pulled out a win with the correct call[/h], it does make things
look stupid to the public that the refs can even review the replays properly. No reason to have the
replays if the aren't going to be looked at. An 8 year old would have done better.
We'll never know the actual impact of the blown call. However, there is no doubt the wrong call may have potentially resulted in a 5-6 pt swing.

Here are Dave Gavittt's comments, for those interested:
http://host.madison.com/sports/college/basketball/men/badgers-men-s-basketball-ncaa-tourney-head-says-refs-should/article_ecadc4dc-cde1-5cda-85a4-e857757f4be4.html#utm_source=host.madison&utm_campaign=/email/badgerbeat/&utm_medium=email&utm_content=featured_headline
Wisconsin Sports Network Hall of Fame Inductee, 2012
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