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Sunday, February 27, 2005
Shot clock: Just got finished watching the real-life game the movie "Hoosiers" was based on -- Milan vs. Muncie Central. Watching a game that occurred more than 50 years ago, the most striking thing was the absence of the shot clock. At one point to start the fourth quarter, a Milan player held onto the ball at half court for 4 minutes and 15 seconds.

Thank God for the shot clock.

4:59 PM

Comments:
Ah you youngsters crack me up. I remember a Notre Dame - NC game in the mid-80s that sounds exactly the same, with NC holding the ball.

ND lost. At home. *sigh*
 
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