Everyone referencing the Woody "foul"...

Discussion in 'Basketball' started by hawkeyebob62, Mar 18, 2016.

  1. hawkeyebob62

    hawkeyebob62 Well-Known Member

    Please take off the sheep goggles, costume and ears and, for God's sake, STOP listening to fata&& Charles Barkley. It wasn't a foul. There was hardly any contact, and the Temple player throwing out his Kim Kardsahian a&& was as "culpable".

    STFU, there was no foul.
     
  2. imported_ankle23

    imported_ankle23 Well-Known Member

    the only people who could call it a foul did not. all the rest is wasted time.
     
  3. hawkdrummer1

    hawkdrummer1 Well-Known Member

    If that was a foul, teams would be in the bonus before the first TV timeout.
     
  4. mopkins

    mopkins King Kong

    It looked to me like his arms were extended in a shove but it's hard to call that with the game on the line and the Clemmons foul was really weak.

    Had iowa lost the game that 3 point foul flop would have been etched in bronze somewhere as an all time flop
     
  5. uihawk82

    uihawk82 Well-Known Member

    Yeah, Woody two handed pushed him in the back and it could have been a foul but it was not called. I see a hundred fouls like that or hacks across the hawkeye shooters arms every year that are not called.

    Refs dont call those with 2 seconds left in overtime cuz they have a plane to catch.
     
  6. Knight78

    Knight78 Well-Known Member

    It was the Iowa ex-coach George Raveling who wrote the book "War on the Boards". And it's just that. Lots of pushing/shoving/leaning/hacking/banging that goes on without being called. That said, there wasn't enough contact for even Jim Bain to blow a whistle against Iowa.
     
  7. HawkeyeWalker

    HawkeyeWalker Well-Known Member

    They could have called that foul 50+ times in the SFA vs WV game.
     
  8. ChosenChildren

    ChosenChildren Well-Known Member

    Not a foul
     
  9. tksirius

    tksirius Well-Known Prostitute

    Well, according to the rule book it is, but officials follow the rules about 30% of the time, so who gives a hoot...
     
  10. 1hawkeye1

    1hawkeye1 Well-Known Member

    It was a violation of the rules of basketball, however it was not recognized by the officials.
     
  11. WindsorHawk

    WindsorHawk Well-Known Member

    Foul? No foul? Officials don't call that at the end...especially in a game as physical as this one. It was a war under the basket for 45 minutes. People are always saying be consistent...and that was consistent with how the entire game was called.
     
  12. linus19

    linus19 Well-Known Member

    I wonder what Temple fans are saying about the no call.
     
  13. tksirius

    tksirius Well-Known Prostitute

    They're too busy putting roofies in pudding.
     
  14. linus19

    linus19 Well-Known Member

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  15. Bigtenchamp

    Bigtenchamp Well-Known Member

    wasted time... what about 100% of message board posts are...
     
  16. dwghawk

    dwghawk Well-Known Member

    The very idea that Charles Barkley is critiquing missed foul calls for a little pushing to gain position in the lane is laughable. He made a living at doing those very same things for his entire basketball career.
     
    Last edited: Mar 19, 2016
  17. Jjgoiowa11

    Jjgoiowa11 Well-Known Member

    Lol at people complaining woody fouled there.. I remember when my ice cream was too cold
     
  18. atomicblue224

    atomicblue224 Well-Known Member

    This is better question,"Why is everyone referring Woody as Woodberry?"
     
  19. hawkjunkie

    hawkjunkie Well-Known Member


    If anything the Temple player should be embarrassed he flopped and lost ground... Another screw up by Gesell. We got lucky.

    Clemmons had all ball btw.
     
  20. Healzya

    Healzya Well-Known Member

    It's a basketball game there are missed calls all the time. Just look at Decosey mugging our players over and over after he got his third foul. It's part of the game.
     
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