@mayjay ya these kinds of things need to try to be avoided. - However the way they are calling this abusing the rule is insane. - Officials really not sure how to call the game. Just like an article said - -last year or year before whatever - -they had trouble in how to rule on what constitutes a catch - this yesar their inconsistency of rougher the passer is causing players not knowing how to attack or play.
Coach’s understand the rule - - players understand the rule - -Fans understand the rule - -what these people, DON’T UNDERSTAND is the way the ref’s are calling the rule - - INCONSISTENCY. - -Why are they calling it inconsistent ? - - Because hell they don’t really understand the rule themselves. I mean and I’m gonna use Green Bay being a fan of theirs I’ve seen Aaron get tossed around like a rag doll - -Nothing which this incident has been brought up so it’s not just me - -and yet other times the defender barely lays a hand on the QB - - and it gets called. - Like articles are saying if your gonna go that route - -let’s just put a red jersey on the QB for no contact - - or go to flag football. - -like the article said - -Football is a violent sport - -always has been , been a contact sport. - Your asking players to change the way they have played for 20 yrs like Clay Matthews said.
The rule might be fine - -the way their calling it - -abusing it is not. - -ROCK CHALK ALL DAY LONG BABY
Word from several NBA people is that if the Kings don’t take him at 2 (assuming Ayton goes 1 to Phoenix) there are a host of teams willing to trade up to 3 to get him. If that’s true, he gets taken at 3, but maybe not by Atlanta.
Of course, the Hawks always manage to do the wrong thing on draft day, so its just as likely they have several trades on the table, fail to make a decision, time runs out and the Grizzlies pick Doncic at 4 before the Hawks realize their clock expired.
Villanova was, for the better part of the season, the best team in the country. They lost the Big East this season even though they swept Xavier. Villanova lost four conference games, Xavier lost three, twice to Nova, and once to Providence. If Villanova doesn’t drop that odd St. John’s game when St. John’s was briefly the hottest team in the country, they win their conference.
Not only did Nova beat Xavier twice, they beat them twice by double digits, winning by 16 in Cincinnati and by 24 in Philly. Villanova was pretty clearly the better team compared to Xavier, even though Xavier also had a great season.
I think the real point in Nova’s favor as the best team in the country is this - of their 36 wins, just six did not come by double figures. Nova not only won 36 games, they won most in clearly dominant fashion. There’s really no question to me that Villanova was the best team in the country, and I don’t think putting them in a different region would have changed that.
They dominated all season. They dominated in March. They dominated the title game. Hats off to them.
Jaybate won’t let these facts get in the way of his narrative.
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