I thought at one point he had both hands on the ball.
When replay clearly showed the Gonzaga shooter put up an airball but the trail official said it was tipped. On the inbound play Gonzaga made a 3 point shot. Quite the swing their a minute or two earlier
The ball was definitely not deflected. The whole game was weird.
I think there was some rough justice on the flagrant foul call as well -- It was clearly not a flagrant foul, but once the officials looked at the replay, they realized that there was no personal foul on UNC, but there should have been on Gonzaga.
Solution? Call a flagrant on Gonzaga.
Then UNC missed both free throws. What a disgusting second half.
It was in the final minute after a UNC basket. The Zag player has his foot halfway over the baseline when he inbounded the ball.
...see link. The official was standing right there--maybe his mind was drifting as if he were an official backstage at the Oscars.
on Karnowski for reaching across the body to knock the ball out of Meeks's hands.
It was not an out of bounds call, it was a held ball call with possession arrow deciding possession.
Not only the next day, but informed her on the 12th hole of the final round. 2 stroke penalty for the bad mark, and another two stroke penalty for turning in an incorrect score card.
Four-Stroke Penalty. A television viewer had contacted tournament officials as the final round was underway to bring attention to Thompson’s actions Saturday on the 17th green, when she marked her ball and placed it back down roughly a half-inch from the original spot.
I love golf and I get it, but sometimes the rules border on the ridiculous.
For a violation she committed (misplaced a marked ball) on Saturday because a viewer called it into the LPGA office after the fact. Discussed about half way down the back room board.