Kentucky @ Texas A&M Officials Report.
by, 02-03-2013 at 03:25 PM (1136 Views)
1. Antinio Petty. 2. Pat Adams. 3. Patrick Evans.
Missed walks 3. Palms 1
This a fairly easy game to call. The coaches coached, the players played, and although it was sloppy at times and then competitive at times, fouls and violations were pretty clear. This crew worked well together. I saw obvious off ball coverage consistently, players were being talked to, switches were crisp and for the most part mechanics and floor coverage were solid. Contact in paint area was well covered until late in the game and OT where more physical play was allowed. Plays should be called consistently the entire game! I have a few concerns to mention.
Evans; #33 blue hit #35 white on the arm during shot attempt. No call?
Evans; Good block call on #21 white before push off by #22 blue.
Petty; #12 white walked before foul by #10 blue. Walk not called?
Adams; At whistle, you had hand up with closed fist indicating you had a foul, then changed to jump ball. Why?
Adams; I saw no body or arm contact by #21 white on shot by #3 blue.
Evans; Contact initated by #12 white. Foul called on #34 blue?
Evans; Moving pick by #3 blue. No call?
Evans; Leaning around #33 blue to get look at play in paint. Move your feet.
Adams; I saw no arm contact by #5 blue on #12 white.
Evans; Minimal contact by #12 blue for charge call. Could have been a flop, #31 white already moving down before sleight contact.
Petty; I agree with offensive foul call on #33 blue, but this play and resulting call is an example of why the flex coverage is questioned. Adams was in position at lead to make the call but had nothing.
Crew called a fair game, allowing players to compete and decide outcome. Consistency, except in paint area late, was evident. You weren't perfect, but you did a good job, and were the best team on the court. Crew grade, A-.