(because CBS will probably have the above clip removed any minute now, you can always return to their own dedicated YouTube “channel”)
Much as I hate to take anything away from a fantastic Georgetown squad, the replays didn’t lie. Jeff Green’s game winner with 2.5 seconds remaining should’ve been waived off. That he walked in traffic doesn’t make it any less of a blown non-call.
College hoops expert Chris Russo has argued this morning that persons outraged by Vandy’s raw deal should take a chill pill because “Kevin Stallings has more invested in this game than you do,” and “nobody could tell it was a walk until they looked at the replay 30 times.”
Thought I think Clark Kellogg figured it out by say, the 2nd replay, I’ll grant you that math isn’t necessarily the Mad Dog’s strong suit.
If that wasn’t delicious enough, Russo has also dismissed the arguments of callers who’ve challenged Kellogg’s interpretation of the traveling rule, pointing out that with all of CBS’ vast resources, how could say, a lowly high school basketball ref / WFAN caller, know more than the TV dudes?