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Date Posted: Thursday, December 16, 08:51:16am
Author: Ted Apple
Subject: Second Half Possession Rule
In reply to: Ron 70 's message, "Second half inbound" on Monday, December 13, 08:06:28pm

Here's the NCAA rule (as described by eHow): " An NCAA basketball game begins with a jump ball to determine possession for the teams, and this remains the case for each overtime period. While the second half possession goes to the team that lost the jump ball to begin the contest, overtime possession comes down to which team can control the ball thrown upwards by the referee at center court." Nothing there about last possession of the first half.

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  • second half inbound-the NCAA rulebook -- Matt W, Thursday, December 16, 09:55:36am

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