High school team gets technical for wearing pink cancer uniforms: If they thought there was a problem, it should have been addressed before the game, Burke head coach Luke Lueders said. To have that happen at halftime caught us all off-guard.
posted by preacher81 to basketball at 02:06 PM - 4 comments
I don't know what the color of the uniform matters as long as they did not come out in the same color as the visiting team. I have seen that happen in high school football. My high school's rival used to pull all kinds of stunts before, during, and after games.
posted by preacher81 at 02:15 PM on February 10
The opposing coach is simply a dick for getting Burke T'd up like that.
posted by beaverboard at 02:45 PM on February 10
We've seen this kind of thing before ... officials unaware of an infraction or not wishing to do anything about, until the opposing team brings it up (I remember a thread on here a while ago about a women's softball team losing a game because the game-winning homerun hitter hugged her 3rd base coach while rounding the bases, or something).
The comments beneath the article provide more insight than the actual article. Sounds like the opposing AD showed up part of the way through the game, noticed the "odd" uniforms, and approached his own coach about it, who in turn went to the officials. The technical foul resulted in a lead change but the whistleblowing team ended up winning by a decent margin. But, who knows the full effect.
Yeah, "rules are rules" and "if you allow this, then where do you draw the line", blah, blah. To me it boils down to : if it wasn't glaring enough that the officials caught it on their own and/or has a direct impact on that game, then get some perspective and keep your trap shut, otherwise you look like (and probably are) an asshat.
posted by littleLebowski at 02:49 PM on February 10
Opposing coach is a prick. The team lost by 15, so no harm, one foul.
posted by yerfatma at 04:40 PM on February 10
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