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  • Trackshark
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    Re: NCAA Rule 4-2/7:

    You can download the rulebook below:

    http://www.ncaa.org/library/rules/2004/ ... _rules.pdf

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  • **TRACKHEAD**
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    Great photo,but it seems as if they are both on/over the line??? It still doesn't conclude the number of steps as mentioned above. Can they create a rule for an instant replay protest for telivised events. This way it would be professional camera operators, and not someone's home video. Just a thought.

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  • Walt Murphy
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    If that's the only photo available, there isn't much of a case, since NCAA rule 5-5b requires TWO consecutive steps on the line for a violation to be called. And it looks like Moore is about to enter the straightaway, where stepping on the line is not a violation.

    You might see more on this on CBS' coverage, which airs on Saturday at 4pm(EDT).

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  • gh
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    And her DQ would give LSU the team title, Lee moving up a place that would gain 2 points.

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  • Trackshark
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    I thought this photo was interesting:

    http://www.trackshark.com/images/forum1.jpg

    Notice that Moore also appears to be hovering over/on the line for Arkansas.

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  • EPelle
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    I disagree with this rule. Obviously TFN is the respected leading source of athletics, and one would tend to - listen and be advised by - TFN if such an occurance was not only witnessed but locked and caught on tape showing that one athlete received benefit over another by virtue of a flying start, over-tramp, lane violation, etc.

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  • gh
    started a topic NCAA Rule 4-2/7:

    NCAA Rule 4-2/7:

    "In cases other than the review of official photo-timing pictures, visual aids (videotape, photos) may not be used to determine the outcome of a protest or appeal."

    So the photographic evidence T&FN appears to have involving a potential non-call in Austin won't avail the aggrieved party.

    edited to soften language: evidence we have isn't quite as b/w as I had thought on first viewing. Main point is that even if there were incontrovertible evidence, the rule says you can't use it.
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