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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    I think both were called correctly if they were flagrant. I think they were both intentional. I do not think Kingsley's was as bad as some think. Just my opinion, though. Not a diehard fan.
    He got ejected for it, whereas Hannahs didn't...
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankdracman23 View Post
    If the SEC/NCAA wants to stop it they can fine schools and/or head coaches for Flagrant 2 fouls. They fine schools for fans storming the court they can do the same for this kind of behavior.
    There would be major legal issues with that. A court storming is obviously a court storming. But a flagrant foul can be looked at much more objectively. A good attorney could make a class action lawsuit against the NCAA if they decided to fine schools for flagrant fouls that the NCAA commissioned referees determined to be flagrant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDEaston View Post
    Was Hannah the one that knocked the breath out of Hawkins by lowering his shoulder and leaning into Hawkins on a pick? Or was that earlier in the game and went uncalled? Honestly I forget the sequence as how it all played out.
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    I had forgotten that play! I don't think that was Hannah, but there was no call.
    The play you were talking about was in the first half and it wasn't Hannahs. I can't remember which player it was; however, I don't believe that was intentional. The Arkansas player saw a pass sail over his head and ducked just as Hawkins was running by. It knocked the breath out of Hawkins but I'm not sure the Arkansas player even realized he had done it - it was simply reactionary. (I'd have to go back and watch the tape to confirm that).

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    The play you were talking about was in the first half and it wasn't Hannahs. I can't remember which player it was; however, I don't believe that was intentional. The Arkansas player saw a pass sail over his head and ducked just as Hawkins was running by. It knocked the breath out of Hawkins but I'm not sure the Arkansas player even realized he had done it - it was simply reactionary. (I'd have to go back and watch the tape to confirm that).
    Agree this play was not dirty but the other two were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    The play you were talking about was in the first half and it wasn't Hannahs. I can't remember which player it was; however, I don't believe that was intentional. The Arkansas player saw a pass sail over his head and ducked just as Hawkins was running by. It knocked the breath out of Hawkins but I'm not sure the Arkansas player even realized he had done it - it was simply reactionary. (I'd have to go back and watch the tape to confirm that).
    I don't remember thinking it was dirty at the time, but I would like to see it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    The play you were talking about was in the first half and it wasn't Hannahs. I can't remember which player it was; however, I don't believe that was intentional. The Arkansas player saw a pass sail over his head and ducked just as Hawkins was running by. It knocked the breath out of Hawkins but I'm not sure the Arkansas player even realized he had done it - it was simply reactionary. (I'd have to go back and watch the tape to confirm that).
    Looked to me like he was setting an off the ball screen and lowered his shoulder and left arm into Hawkins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE SHERIFF View Post
    Is there any further penalty to Kingsley? If not then there was no penalty!
    I don't believe that there will be. I believe that everything resets. No additional suspension.

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    They need to make flagrant 2 fouls like targeting penalties in college football. Ejected plus one game out...that would clean it up!

    Kingsley play reminded me of a Jamal Magloire type play!

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    Quote Originally Posted by okie1 View Post
    They need to make flagrant 2 fouls like targeting penalties in college football. Ejected plus one game out...that would clean it up!
    Clean it up? How many Flagrant 2 Fouls are there throughout a season?

    I think this might be the first one I saw in a UK game this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJAlltheWay24 View Post
    Clean it up? How many Flagrant 2 Fouls are there throughout a season?

    I think this might be the first one I saw in a UK game this year.
    I don't like the fact that once a game is decided a player can take a cheap shot without any consequence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okie1 View Post
    They need to make flagrant 2 fouls like targeting penalties in college football. Ejected plus one game out...that would clean it up!

    Kingsley play reminded me of a Jamal Magloire type play!
    Yeah, but Magloire was playing for the good guys!��

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE SHERIFF View Post
    I don't like the fact that once a game is decided a player can take a cheap shot without any consequence.
    Typically I believe that there is a consequence, but for whatever reason, the NCAA believes the slate should be wiped clean going into the tournament.

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    Anderson learned from the worst of the worst--- Nolan Richardson. No class breeds no class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengal Maniac View Post
    I think both were called correctly if they were flagrant. I think they were both intentional. I do not think Kingsley's was as bad as some think. Just my opinion, though. Not a diehard fan.
    I actually agree that Hannah's was worse and surprised he wasn't ejected. That said I think Kingsley's was a little worse than you are making it out to be. I think him trying to "hold up" was just part of the act. He never made an attempt on the ball and and barely jumped. He did exactly what he was trying IMO.

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    [QUOTE=Science Friction;6250431]Anderson learned from the worst of the worst

    Agreed the old forty minutes of fouling. The refs won't call them all.

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