Listen: Jaren Cumberland, Jaren, Official discussed on Mark Blazor
"You're tuned to News Radio seven hundred w l w. We are getting set for the start of the second-half chapel. With a ten point lead thirty five to twenty five briefly. Go back and discussed the replay review that led to a foul on Jaren Cumberland with less than a minute to go in the first half. We were bit confused at the time because I said, I don't think that's something that you can review. So thanks to gave Keaton back in the studio set me the page in the rule book that deals with instant replay this role eleven section one article four dealing with what officials are are permitted to look at the official shell not use such a bailable equipment to referring to replay equipment for judgment calls such as a to determine whether a foul occurred. Now, there's an exception for flagrant two fouls. I can't imagine that. There was anything about that play that they thought could have been. Flagrant. Do it was a flagrant one because Jaren grabbed a short of a player to prevent a break away. But that's not going to be called a flagrant two which is something like a violent hit that lead to a player getting kicked out of a game. But I just wonder if the officials had used that exception to justify going to the monitor and attempt to get the call, right? And if they did go to the monitor because of that didn't they shouldn't be able to change the fault. The problem is who's going to reprimand them. Now, postponing goes off because he's already thrown out of the game this year eagles off and he gets reprimanded eagles in his file this big thing nationally, but. Judges who officiates the official conference is not going to do anything with. I mean, you haven't seen that across the country Borden Nelson. That's we'll get out that one. We'll get Chuck may sock back. You throw it out. One more time. We."