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  1. Thoughts on officiating, coaches and UCLA

    Jay Bilas

    Let me say this up front: I am a supporter of college basketball referees. I am a supporter because they have an incredibly difficult job and they largely do it very well. I understand there are going to be errors and missed calls, and I am OK with t...

    Blog | December 10, 2009
  2. Jay Bilas: Here's one way to hold refs accountable

    Jay Bilas

    Let me say this up front: I am a supporter of college basketball referees. I am a supporter because they have an incredibly difficult job and they largely do it very well. I understand there are going to be errors and missed calls, and I am OK with t...

    Blog | Conversation | December 10, 2009
  3. College Basketball - Texas' Pittman is lighter and improved

    John Carroll

    Texas' Dexter Pittman looks like the next Kendrick Perkins, UConn took advantage of a bad rule and Blake Griffin shows that playing hard is a skill.

    Story | Conversation | March 05, 2009
  4. The NC State foul was wrong

    Doug Gottlieb

    • I had a long discussion with a very well-known referee the other day in regard to the NC State versus Villanova call, and here are the three important things he pointed out. 1. The call was made by the wrong official. Jim Burr was in perf...

    Blog | December 03, 2007
  5. Donaghy shouldn't mar all refs

    Before we get too far ahead of ourselves with regard to gambling and point-shaving allegations involving NBA referee Tim Donaghy, we need to step back a bit. Any improper actions on the part of Donaghy or any other official or player, if proven, migh...

    Blog | July 23, 2007
  6. '06-'07 points of emphasis

    While attending a practice recently, I sat with the coaches and players while they received a seminar on "points of emphasis" in officiating this season from the league's supervisor of officials and one of the prominent referees in that league. ...

    Blog | November 08, 2006