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SEC lobbying for replay on game-ending situations after no-call in Kentucky/LSU game

After officials missed LSU’s basket interference on the game-winning tip-in and were unable to review it per NCAA rules, the SEC is doing its part to make sure it doesn’t happen again. According to Kyle Tucker, the SEC will lobby for instant replay in game-ending situations, such as goaltending and basket interference; in fact, they’ve already talked to the NCAA about it.

As John Calipari said on Tuesday night, it looks like Kentucky being screwed over is going to lead to another rule change.

“It’s another one — do you remember we lost in the Final Four when there was a goal, a shot clock violation and they said it was not reviewable and then they changed the rule to say, why would you want to lose a game on a shot clock violation and it’s easy to go check? Well, this one easy to go check, too. Just go check it. Why would you not — why would that not be reviewable? So we’re like Wilt Chamberlain; we change rules. I don’t know.”

[The Athletic]

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17 Comments for SEC lobbying for replay on game-ending situations after no-call in Kentucky/LSU game



  1. KYjellyRoll
    12:06 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

    Didn’t duke eat a charge/block call reversed the same day? Inexcusable



    • StillBP
      12:23 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      they had a block call reversed bc the defender (Duke) ended up not being in the arc



    • ClutchCargo
      1:31 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      Yes, and the charge/block is reviewable by rule. That’s the part that really sucks.



    • KYjellyRoll
      2:42 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      Aren’t they both considered judgement calls? Which are supposed to be non reviewable?



    • njCat
      4:48 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      Nope. Block/charge is reviewable by rule.



  2. jakew60
    12:10 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

    Mays stepped out of bounds before he even crossed half-court, not one but 2 no calls within the last play. It was clear as day I wish I could send the picture on here



    • Mrs. Tyler Thompson
      12:15 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      That wasn’t the sideline, it was the scorer’s table. The picture is misleading.



    • jakew60
      2:03 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      Hmmmm, I never considered it but I guess that’s right thank you for confirming Mrs. Tyler, big fan !



  3. Realme
    12:22 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

    Thanks, SEC. The NCAA could learn a lot from you.



  4. KYjellyRoll
    12:24 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

    Can. They not go back and let them start 71-71 and play 5 min? Same game reset and everything?



    • KayutsBy90
      12:40 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      That should be how they open the SEC tournament.



  5. BlueBanker18
    12:40 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

    Oh, well, of course they are seeing as it cost us a game. I fully recognize that we shouldn’t have been in that situation in the first place, but a missed call is a missed call. I don’t understand how LSU can be proud of winning a game that was only won because a call wasn’t made. They played well, but technically didn’t finish the job. Really hope we get to knock them out of the SEC tournament.



    • KYjellyRoll
      2:43 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      Oh yeah I’m praying for a rematch. And a 20 point thrashing by UK



    • friendsofcoal
      5:21 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

      If we meet them in the SECT then we beat them by 15-20.



  6. michaelb
    6:34 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

    I just wanna get through the conference tourney with no turned ankles . That’s my only hope – I wanna be dancing in April



  7. michaelb
    6:36 pm February 15, 2019 Permalink

    We’re still not as bad as the saints fans lol. People tried to actually sue the refs/nfl on that pass interference call . HAHAHAAHAHAAHAHAAHAHA



    • ukcamel
      12:11 pm February 16, 2019 Permalink

      Which is also funny because the Saints have gotten the benefit of so many “hometown calls” over the years, I’d argue more than any MFL team. Something in the gumbo I guess, or the refs are afraid of those swamp-dwelling lunatics.