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2013-14 NCAA Men’ s Basketball. Mechanics Discussion September, October 2013-14. Option for Calling Official. • Option to stay tableside to head off unsportsmanlike situation. Use judiciously. Trail Official on All Free Throws. • Position at 28-foot line for ALL free throws.

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2013 14 ncaa men s basketball

2013-14 NCAA Men’s Basketball

Mechanics Discussion

September, October 2013-14

option for calling official

Option for Calling Official

• Option to stay tableside to head off unsportsmanlike situation.

Use judiciously.

trail official on all free throws

Trail Official on All Free Throws

• Position at 28-foot line for ALL free throws.

• Observe correct player, correct order.

• Assist with free-throw violations.

• Assist with players “breaking the plane of the three-point line” prior to ball striking the ring, flange or backboard.

restricted area plays

Restricted Area Plays

When necessary to “get the play right,” it is the responsibility of the center official to deliver definite information, regarding the position of a secondary defender, to the lead official calling a restricted area block/charge play.

stop the clock

Stop the Clock

Signal to stop the clock on fouls, violations or other reasons.

Not all games have automated timing devices and devices don’t always operate correctly.

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Stop the Clock

Stop the clock, point the direction, then indicate the throw-in spot.

NCAA Presentation Title

Company Name

clear stop report

Clear, Stop, Report

Clear prior to signaling/reporting fouls to table.

Move to tableside of court, clear the three-point line and stop to report the foul.

Use one- or two-hand signal. Remain stopped until report is completed.

know the monitor

Know the Monitor

Know as much as possible about tableside monitor.

About 13-minute mark in pregame, check location of monitor and test it.

Define number of “looks” for any given play.

At NO time should all three officials congregate at the monitor. One official should always monitor the players.

All three officials should confer after a monitor review.

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Know the Monitor

At no time should all three officials congregate at the monitor.

basket interference and goaltending

Basket Interference and Goaltending

Lead official MAY assist other officials on basket interference and goaltending calls.

warm up jackets

Warm-up Jackets

It is mandatory that all officials wear the approved black jacket with or without a two (2) inch CCA emblem over the left chest pocket location.

The style of the jacket remains unchanged, but lightweight jackets are now approved uniform apparel.

Beginning with 2015-16 season, logos will no longer be allowed any jackets.

eliminate unauthorized signals

Eliminate Unauthorized Signals

There is no approved signal for “On The Floor”.

There is no approved signal for “He had his hands and arms in a legal POV”.

There is no approved signal for “He didn’t get knocked down, get off the floor”.

dislodging with lower body
Dislodging With Lower Body

NCAA Mechanics Discussion

A new verticality signal while walking forward a step or two has been added to the signal chart to show that a defender initiated contact by using his lower body to dislodge an offensive player.

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Dislodging With Lower Body

NCAA Mechanics Discussion

pov foul signal
POV Foul Signal

The new Principle of Verticality signal demonstrates that the foul was called because the defender failed to maintain the principal of verticality. The referee should use the verticality signal and then lower his arms to show that the defender was not vertical.

NCAA Mechanics Discussion

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POV Foul Signal

NCAA Mechanics Discussion

10 second backcourt count
10-Second Backcourt Count

Beginning in 2013-14, officials will eliminate the visible 10-second backcourt count unless there is less time on the game clock than the shot clock, which will be turned off at 25 seconds.

The official who administers the throw-in in the backcourt will use the shot clock for the 10-second backcourt count with no visible count. The C official and the new L official will have secondary responsibility for the 10-second backcourt count.

NCAA Mechanics Discussion

signal to shot clock operator
Signal to Shot-Clock Operator

Signal the table to “record the game time” so officials can review to confirm a successful two- or three-point basket at the next media timeout.

The “Twirl” signal will be used in games with replay equipment to communicate to the scorer the time used in a monitor review for a potential correctable error of a two- or three-point goal.

NCAA Mechanics Discussion

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Signal to Shot-Clock Operator

NCAA Mechanics Discussion

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