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1.) Congrats to Cathedral.  I’m not sure anyone who hasn’t been through it truly understands how hard it is to win an Individual State Title let alone a Team State Championship.  2.) I didn’t cus

Maybe I’m in the minority here, but I too call stalling in that situation. Over 20 seconds of holding a front headlock just riding out a one point lead is stalling, no matter what stage you’re on. 

Good coaches will always fight for their kids. I would probably think a little less of a coach who didn't get kicked out in that situation.

Someone explain OT to me?   

There is a 1 minute sudden victory period, then 2 :30 OT periods that are not sudden victory.  After that, didn't there used to be another 1 minute Sudden Victory period before the UTB?  If so, when did that change?   And lastly, how is it determined who goes down in the UTB period?

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1 minute ago, SWINfan said:

Someone explain OT to me?   

There is a 1 minute sudden victory period, then 2 :30 OT periods that are not sudden victory.  After that, didn't there used to be another 1 minute Sudden Victory period before the UTB?  If so, when did that change?   And lastly, how is it determined who goes down in the UTB period?

Thanks!

 

First one to score in match gets choice.

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Would have liked to see a stalemate called there after the front headlocknwss going nowhere for 10sec.   With that not being called and action continuing I’m not sure anyone Was think a stall call was coming.  Tough break but he couldn’t ride things out either at the end. 

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