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  • #1 by GoshenHog on 19 Mar 2017
  • On Berry.  Tough no-call
  • #2 by Dr. Starcs on 19 Mar 2017
  • I hate refs
  • #3 by Arazorbackguy1 on 19 Mar 2017
  • Live and die by refs. 
  • #4 by fullfan on 19 Mar 2017
  • You have to either call a charge or travel on that play.   Sometimes "1" call does influence the outcome of the game.   Choke job by the refs
  • #5 by apcapri on 19 Mar 2017
  • Several late game calls going UNC's way.
  • #6 by Razorback_Mack on 19 Mar 2017
  • Macon got hacked on that 3
  • #7 by Stephen Hawgking on 19 Mar 2017
  • Crushing no call
  • #8 by BallHog1 on 19 Mar 2017
  • Don't worry, Hogsanity will be here shortly to tell us there were no missed calls and its our own fault regardless of how crappy the call was.
  • #9 by hawgmasta on 19 Mar 2017
  • No way they didn't see either, one of the officials had to have seen some of them at the end. I'm proud of our guys but they should've won.
  • #10 by Hollywood870 on 19 Mar 2017
  • On Berry.  Tough no-call
    He took six steps after picking up his dribble, counted them on the slo-mo replay. Six lil baby steps.
  • #11 by threeNout on 19 Mar 2017
  • one of the worst no calls I've ever seen.

    literally 4 steps, then an obvious charge.

  • #12 by PossumFan on 19 Mar 2017
  • I've spent an awful lot of time lately defending refs and chiding folks who complain about the officiating, but I gotta say ... not blowing the whistle on that travel/charge by Berry was about as egregious as it gets. I knew then that we were sunk.
  • #13 by Hogimus Prime on 19 Mar 2017
  • Guess we can call that the UNC 4 step.
  • #14 by PLHawg on 19 Mar 2017
  • I started a thread on Friday talking about how we would get hosed in this game, and most everyone replied or commented like I was already making excuses for us losing.  I think we still lose the game without that call, but it was a crucial call late in the game.  Anyone that thinks the NCAA doesn't tell officials to "overlook" certain plays in tight games when a "favored" 1 seed is involved is either naive or just plain stupid.
  • #15 by LRHawg on 19 Mar 2017
  • I don't think it's a conspiracy. Hell, if they were really fixing games, they would ensure their sweethearts Northwestern would at least make the second round. The problem for them and for us was, when it was close the refs blew it and it always seems to be the lower-seeded team that suffers.
  • #16 by Hatleyville454 on 19 Mar 2017
  • The call could have went either way, but there has to be SOME sort of call - Charge/Block/Travel
  • #17 by BCHogFan on 19 Mar 2017
  • 4 steps. Count em
  • #18 by maxhog5 on 19 Mar 2017
  • The call should have been a hack on Beard who had a hold of Berry's arm.  Then it should have been a walk, then I felt it was a block.
  • #19 by Tejano Jawg on 19 Mar 2017
  • The charge-block play will get a no-call plenty of times. But what made this one different, and hard to understand, is how out-of-control Berry was when he initiated the contact. He had nowhere to go with the ball, tucked under his arms, until he took several steps and "flailed" a shot toward the basket. How did all that not get the refs' attention?
  • #20 by alohawg on 20 Mar 2017
  • The call could have went either way, but there has to be SOME sort of call - Charge/Block/Travel

    Yep, a no-call was the only 100% wrong call.
  • #21 by Pork Twain on 20 Mar 2017
  • #22 by MountieDawg on 20 Mar 2017
  • Hogs got the big screw on 2 or 3 calls down the stretch, combine that with stopping trying to play any offense the last 4 minutes of the game it cost me a big win.  Definitely played well enough to beat a 1 seed, but the bad calls and poor execution down the stretch hurt bad. 
  • #23 by PORKULATOR on 20 Mar 2017
  • Shoulda been OUR ball w/a one point lead and 40 seconds on the clock.
  • #24 by hogpc on 20 Mar 2017
  • Four things on that play:
    1. A walk
    2. A foul by Beard
    3. A charge (sure wish Bailey had gotten more minutes this year)
    4. And no one has been paying attention to this - when he missed his shot Kingsley had every opportunity to block out the UNC player but made no attempt and thus gave up the put back. Refs blew it and so did we.
  • #25 by onebadrubi on 20 Mar 2017
  • Four things on that play:
    1. A walk
    2. A foul by Beard
    3. A charge (sure wish Bailey had gotten more minutes this year)
    4. And no one has been paying attention to this - when he missed his shot Kingsley had every opportunity to block out the UNC player but made no attempt and thus gave up the put back. Refs blew it and so did we.

    A foul on beard?  Huh???  Berry went around beard and beard never fouled. 
  • #26 by lrcentral on 20 Mar 2017
  • Arkansas didn't score for almost four mins. That was the real problem, not a few calls. The calls hurt but the inability to score for almost five mins hurt the most.
  • #27 by DoctorSusscrofa on 20 Mar 2017
  • 4 steps. Count em

    Some claim 4, some claim 6. Why can't fans see the number of steps in slow mo replay? This just plain missed calls by the fans! It should be obvious! But some count more steps than others!  You'd think that if refs "ignore" calls at real time. Fans could get it right in slow mo.
  • #28 by jm on 20 Mar 2017
  • Some claim 4, some claim 6. Why can't fans see the number of steps in slow mo replay? This just plain missed calls by the fans! It should be obvious! But some count more steps than others!  You'd think that if refs "ignore" calls at real time. Fans could get it right in slow mo.

    It was an obvious violation real time and was a huge moment in the game.
  • #29 by Youngsta71701 on 20 Mar 2017
  • Arkansas didn't score for almost four mins. That was the real problem, not a few calls. The calls hurt but the inability to score for almost five mins hurt the most.
    Tried to play stall ball to go along with the favored calls for North Carolina was the real problem. Not to mention Moses missing those free throws. The "perfect storm".
  • #30 by Youngsta71701 on 20 Mar 2017
  • Some claim 4, some claim 6. Why can't fans see the number of steps in slow mo replay? This just plain missed calls by the fans! It should be obvious! But some count more steps than others!  You'd think that if refs "ignore" calls at real time. Fans could get it right in slow mo.
    I'm assuming some are exaggerating to get their point across. At least I hope so anyways :-\...
  • #31 by 311Hog on 20 Mar 2017
  • Arkansas didn't score for almost four mins. That was the real problem, not a few calls. The calls hurt but the inability to score for almost five mins hurt the most.

    UNC did play great defense during that period, but "some" of that was due to the fact they were never called for any fouls, so they played with w reckless abandon and after the charge/walk no call knew they could get away with murder and they did.

    Sorry but i bet Dusty is still in treatment after the hacks he took.
  • #32 by fullfan on 20 Mar 2017
  • Some claim 4, some claim 6. Why can't fans see the number of steps in slow mo replay? This just plain missed calls by the fans! It should be obvious! But some count more steps than others!  You'd think that if refs "ignore" calls at real time. Fans could get it right in slow mo.
    Let's just say he traveled far enough to pick up the first down.  Lowered the shoulder and would not be denied.
  • #33 by 311Hog on 20 Mar 2017
  • Let's just say he traveled far enough to pick up the first down.  Lowered the shoulder and would not be denied.

    4th and 5 and he converted....
  • #34 by N HOG on 20 Mar 2017
  • Some claim 4, some claim 6. Why can't fans see the number of steps in slow mo replay? This just plain missed calls by the fans! It should be obvious! But some count more steps than others!  You'd think that if refs "ignore" calls at real time. Fans could get it right in slow mo.

    I'm comfortable compromising at 5. He stumbled around like a drunken sailor while the refs watched without even having a ticket.

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