I thought the game was called pretty well tonight by today's low standards. Even on the deadball technical ... on the replay it looked like Georges's contact may not have been as inadvertent as it first seemed to me.
The way I see that play, and I looked at it several times, because I couldn't see the game live, it was a setup by Oklahoma. Ford probably has a play where they trap the player trying to hurry back on defense, because if you look at it, there was a player on both sides of Niang, and then the backside player does his best to make it look like a charge or a flagrant foul. That is the way it looked, and they didn't get a very good picture of it on the camera, but it was pretty obvious Niang had no intention of running into anyone, just was worried about hurrying to get back on defense. I think Ford is into setup plays to cause the other team to foul, and that is why there are so many floppers on the team. If you notice, Bubu is outstanding at those types of plays. I think he figured it out, since as far as I can tell, ISU doesn't make that a priority like Oky State.
"Cómo te va", dijo el murguista a la muchacha. Que lo cortó con su mirada indiferente
Le dijo "Bien" y lo dejó como si nada
Nuevamente... La princesa... Se perdía entre la gente (Jaime Roos)
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