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Date Posted: Tuesday, December 14, 07:49:28am
Author: Brian
Subject: WVU also had a possesion in the 2nd half where the shot clock never moved from 35. They scored within 35 seconds, so it didn't directly cost the Dukes, but it was another error that showed the kind of night the officiating crew was having.
In reply to: Ron 70 's message, "Second half inbound" on Monday, December 13, 08:06:28pm


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  • Since they must not pay too much atention to the arrow maybe we should have it point our way at the start of the 2nd half every home game. How many times did Ronnie Dixon shoot foul shots for (Rod Scott?) before we got busted. I'm not for cheating but I'd consider getting the arrow a home court advantage. (NT) -- WashpaRick, Tuesday, December 14, 10:01:43am
  • In many arenas the arrow is shown on the main scoreboard. Certainly the new Consol Energy Arena should have had this. I know the official arrow is on the scoreer's table but the main scoreboard should have had the arrow as well as "bonus" , team fouls, and time outs. (NT) -- Bilgy, Tuesday, December 14, 10:24:09am

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