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  1. Sports Journalism Tone PowerPointAshley Richardson

  2. Assignment 1 • Lately I have been noticing some bad officiating for both the Kentucky and Louisville basketball teams. Can I just say that who are these people kidding? Who do they think they are god? Come on people be fair, yeah some calls are accurate but most are eh…well not so much. The calls on both these teams has been down right horrible! I have watched over the videos of each call made and see little to no error made in them. Giving the opposing team the ball over something so little is well ridiculous and down right uncalled for. This makes the game harder for the team we want to win well…………….. to win. Some things are better left uncalled and lately the officiating is better left uncalled!

  3. Assignment 2 • I have been to both a Kentucky and Louisville game and I picked up on some really bad officiating on both the teams. Are some of the calls necessary? Yes but in most cases aren't even relevant to what is happening on the court. I noticed some fouls being called on some of Kentucky’s players that well to me seemed unfair by giving the opposing team the ball as the punishment or sending the player to the bench as another form of punishment. I'm not trying to start a war here just stating some things that I have taken noticed of. I hope my paragraph has enlighten you to really pay attention next time you attend a game for one of these teams.