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Pac-10 Officiating

Did anyone watch the ASU/UA game last night?  The officials, namely Dave Libbey once again showed how bad they are.  Rather than letting the teams decide who would win this game, Dave Libbey stepped in once again to steal the spot light.  With ASU up by two, Arizona had the ball with about 12 seconds left.  They came out of a timeout with a play drawn up, they got the ball to Budinger who drove to the top where Jordan Hill set a screen for a pick and roll.  Dave Libbey called a foul on the screen and ended any chance of the game being decided by the players.  Hill did lower his shoulder slightly, but not enough to call a foul, especially when it decides the game.  It is about time that the Pac-10 step up and fire Dave Libbey to send a message to other Pac-10 officials that they aren't going to put up with it anymore.  Hopefully once there is a new commisioner in place, the reffing for both basketball and football can be fixed.

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