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RE: Berry suspension
(06-07-2017 09:20 AM)keyboard kowboy Wrote:  
(06-06-2017 11:53 PM)HarborPointe Wrote:  
(06-06-2017 09:54 PM)keyboard kowboy Wrote:  You make zero sense. First , nobody knows if there is a suspension or for how many games if there is .

A 2-game suspension is the designated penalty spelled out in the rule book for a head coach continuing to argue after being ejected. Maryland's coach got hit with it in the Big Ten title game a year or two ago & had to skip two regional games. Berry would be free to appeal, of course, but arguing that he'd finished saying his peace & was removing himself in a timely manner would be an awfully tough sell based upon what everyone saw and would be able to see on the tape.

Now, maybe the umps don't file it since our season is over or the NCAA doesn't bother carrying it over to next year, but he'd have been toast for the Super if we'd rallied.

Quote:Second, do you ACTUALLY believe that any of the coaches knew the outcome as they were arguing the call. Take a deep breath and think before you post and prove your total ignorance to the whole world.

No, they didn't know the outcome, which was all the more reason for him, as the veteran coach leading a bunch of early-20-somethings into battle, to keep it together, stay in the game, and rally his young charges instead of turning an already hypertense situation into a full-blown cluster-fudge.

If his players actually gain confidence by him not being in the dugout, that's a whole other discussion we need to have.
Again. deep breaths - quit contradicting yourself and showing your ignorance . You cannot even defend your own point without embarrassing yourself.

I've rationally defended my point. You're certainly free to disagree with it, though your own points seem to primarily center around merely assailing my intelligence instead of saying anything of substance. The Troll Alert level is beginning to reach critical.

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06-07-2017 01:11 PM
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RE: Berry suspension
(06-07-2017 01:11 PM)HarborPointe Wrote:  
(06-07-2017 09:20 AM)keyboard kowboy Wrote:  
(06-06-2017 11:53 PM)HarborPointe Wrote:  
(06-06-2017 09:54 PM)keyboard kowboy Wrote:  You make zero sense. First , nobody knows if there is a suspension or for how many games if there is .

A 2-game suspension is the designated penalty spelled out in the rule book for a head coach continuing to argue after being ejected. Maryland's coach got hit with it in the Big Ten title game a year or two ago & had to skip two regional games. Berry would be free to appeal, of course, but arguing that he'd finished saying his peace & was removing himself in a timely manner would be an awfully tough sell based upon what everyone saw and would be able to see on the tape.

Now, maybe the umps don't file it since our season is over or the NCAA doesn't bother carrying it over to next year, but he'd have been toast for the Super if we'd rallied.

Quote:Second, do you ACTUALLY believe that any of the coaches knew the outcome as they were arguing the call. Take a deep breath and think before you post and prove your total ignorance to the whole world.

No, they didn't know the outcome, which was all the more reason for him, as the veteran coach leading a bunch of early-20-somethings into battle, to keep it together, stay in the game, and rally his young charges instead of turning an already hypertense situation into a full-blown cluster-fudge.

If his players actually gain confidence by him not being in the dugout, that's a whole other discussion we need to have.
Again. deep breaths - quit contradicting yourself and showing your ignorance . You cannot even defend your own point without embarrassing yourself.

I've rationally defended my point. You're certainly free to disagree with it, though your own points seem to primarily center around merely assailing my intelligence instead of saying anything of substance. The Troll Alert level is beginning to reach critical.

Welcome to Ignoreville, Population: You.

Unfortunately you assail your own intelligence for the whole world to see. I truly tire of reading comments from the Negative Nancy's of the world like you . I must truly care about my University to subject myself to this by reading through the dribble in hopes of a small bit of useful information. I guess I must accept that the world has a lot of people who have NO IDEA , Perspective ,or EXPERIENCE about which they speak but yet must convey their uninformed opinions to the masses. And congratulations on that last ZINGER -it is on par with what any young teenage girl would throw out there.
06-07-2017 03:46 PM
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RE: Berry suspension
(06-06-2017 11:53 PM)HarborPointe Wrote:  
(06-06-2017 09:54 PM)keyboard kowboy Wrote:  You make zero sense. First , nobody knows if there is a suspension or for how many games if there is .

A 2-game suspension is the designated penalty spelled out in the rule book for a head coach continuing to argue after being ejected. Maryland's coach got hit with it in the Big Ten title game a year or two ago & had to skip two regional games. Berry would be free to appeal, of course, but arguing that he'd finished saying his peace & was removing himself in a timely manner would be an awfully tough sell based upon what everyone saw and would be able to see on the tape.

Now, maybe the umps don't file it since our season is over or the NCAA doesn't bother carrying it over to next year, but he'd have been toast for the Super if we'd rallied.

Quote:Second, do you ACTUALLY believe that any of the coaches knew the outcome as they were arguing the call. Take a deep breath and think before you post and prove your total ignorance to the whole world.

No, they didn't know the outcome, which was all the more reason for him, as the veteran coach leading a bunch of early-20-somethings into battle, to keep it together, stay in the game, and rally his young charges instead of turning an already hypertense situation into a full-blown cluster-fudge.

If his players actually gain confidence by him not being in the dugout, that's a whole other discussion we need to have.
And by the way- THAT is the STUPIDEST post Ive ever read on this board. And that is saying alot.
06-07-2017 03:55 PM
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RE: Berry suspension
You guys should either slug it out or get a room. You have officially hijacked this thread. That seems to be becoming the norm on this board.
06-07-2017 04:01 PM
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