|Re: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN COLLEGE AND HS IDS START CALLING FOR THEIR COMP TO BE REFFED??? [message #114969 is a reply to message #114912]
||Sat, 28 April 2012 05:00
Registered: September 2011
> Not really a document to look at for determining the|
> benefits/advantages/neccessity of officials.
---in HS basketball....the coach is responsible for sitting or playing
an athlete with concussion like symptoms.
a ref can send the player off after what appear to be concussion like
symptoms.....but if the coach opts to play the athlete....the ref is
no longer responsible legally.
it used to be.....that a medic/doctor would have to clear a kid to
return to action and there'd have to be a note from the medic.
now....that 'pressure/responsibility' is back on the coach.....not the
|Re: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN COLLEGE AND HS IDS START CALLING FOR THEIR COMP TO BE REFFED??? [message #114973 is a reply to message #114942]
||Sat, 28 April 2012 08:18
Registered: April 2009
On Apr 27, 10:15 pm, Bobus <rlock...@yahoo.com> wrote:.|
> Reggie Fanelli wrote on Thu, 26 April 2012 17:39
> > > having officials.....DOES diminish the risk of
> > > injury.
> Or maybe officiated ultimate increases the risk of injury as
> players push the boundaries of what they can get away with
> and strategic intentional fouling becomes the norm?
how can that be......because with the so sotg system "there are no
harsh penalties......so whats the deterant for noot taking somone out
or fouling them hard when not only is there no foul limmit or yardage
penalty but you can easily contest that there was even a foul to begin
with. then when ya compare that o an officiated system the players,
if intentionally fouling, are doing it at a risk. i mean, its like
the idea of lettin a kid loose in a candy store unsupervised in which
he is on the honor system to pay for what he gets as opposed to having
a candy store with a cashiere and some form of security to insure that
kids dont steal. get it?
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