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The Art Of Screwing Up: How NCAA Refs Live With Their Mistakes

In the second round of the 2012 NCAA tournament, 16th-seeded UNC-Asheville trailed top-seeded Syracuse by three points with 38.2 seconds remaining, Orange inbounding the ball. This was a big moment for the Bulldogs, and it would prove to be a big moment, too, for a man whose name and face you wouldn't even recognize.… »4/08/13 3:45pm4/08/13 3:45pm

Syracuse Avoided Being The First 1 Seed To Lose To A 16, Thanks In Part To The Referees

While the much-debated late line violation was the correct call, there were a number of times UNC-Asheville found themselves playing eight-on-five during the top-seeded Syracuse Orange this afternoon. Here's a sampling of some of the blunders that kept this game from being the first-ever 16-over-1. [TruTV] »3/15/12 6:02pm3/15/12 6:02pm

Here's China Losing Its Olympic Men's Soccer Bid On A Blown Call (Which Was Followed By A Humiliating Collapse)

Regrettably, the Chinese men's soccer team will not have a chance to follow up its 2008 Olympics performance—six goals against, one goal for, two red cards, one vicious episode of crotch-punching—with an appearance in London in 2012. The People's Republic was eliminated from the Asian Olympic qualifying tournament… »6/24/11 6:18pm6/24/11 6:18pm