NCAA referee bizarrely removed from March Madness game at half-time after learning connection with Chattanooga – FirstSportz

March Madness has begun in college basketball. As expected, like every year, both men’s and women’s basketball games are extremely competitive and entertaining. However, during the NCAA women’s basketball game between the NC State Wolfpack and the Chattanooga Mocs on Saturday, an unusual situation occurred that left fans confused.

One of the referees was replaced midway through the match. tommy paris he was removed from the game at halftime during the first-round matchup between NC State and Chattanooga. The official was replaced by angelica suffers at the beginning of the second half. The NCAA addressed the unusual situation after the game.

The NCAA issued a statement explaining why they pulled the referee in the middle of the game. In the statement it was revealed that the official was removed due to ‘background conflict’. Paris is a Chattanooga alumnus. The referee has a master’s degree from the university.

It was learned after the game had started that Umpire 2 Tommi Paris had a background conflict that, if known, would prevent her from working that assigned game.

NCAA Official Statement

It was surprising that the NCAA did not know the official’s background beforehand. Fortunately, the change of referees had no consequences on the match. During the change, the Wolfpack went into halftime with an advantage. Despite the strange change in the game, the change did not affect the team. NC State maintained its lead in the next two quarters and won the game 64-45.

NCAA officiating during March Madness is drawing criticism

One of the most competitive basketball games takes place in March Madness. Fans take wins and losses very seriously as the competition heats up. Currently, the NCAA’s officiating in recent men’s and women’s basketball games has received harsh criticism from fans.

During the men’s basketball game between Kansas and Samford, the game was very close in the final seconds. With 20 seconds left on the clock, Samford cut Kansas’ lead to one point. On the next play, Kansas’ Nicolas Timberlake was blocked by Samford AJ Staton-McCray. However, the referees called a blocking foul on McCray followed by free throws for Kansas. Free throws ended up being the winning factor for Kansas.

Fans were furious that the decision resulted in a loss for Samford. The same day, in women’s basketball, during a game between the Iowa Hawkeyes and Holy Cross Crusaders, the star Caitlin Clark was hit in the face by Bronagh Power-Cassidy. Initially the referees did not call any foul. After review, Clark was awarded free throws because the foul was intentional. However, fans were upset that the foul was not called immediately.

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