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  • Instant replay in the MIAA?

    Saw the attached tweet. Any thoughts?

    Any word on this vote?

    https://youtu.be/RYZXZqC3yOY
    talk about instant replay starts around 11:40 mark
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    Last edited by Jayhawk Juco Guy; 08-06-2022, 08:20 AM.

  • #2
    I saw an internal NCAA memo about this. Their board of directors voted 5-4 against changing the name of instant replay in the MIAA. Overturn Neibling Replay didn't have the same panache.

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    • #3
      from miaa media days it sounds like minimally a year away with hurdles to clear to make it economically feasible
      Go Bearcats!
      M-I-Z-Z-O-U!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by northwest missouri state View Post
        from miaa media days it sounds like minimally a year away with hurdles to clear to make it economically feasible
        Podcast was from earlier this week and sounded like a cost effective way has been introduced since media day. Plus Racy said a vote was supposed to happen this week as well.

        side note- the Jayhawk conference will be using instant replay this year from reports out of that media day. Will have to go back and listen to it again but i think it's the same system being talked about in the MIAA.

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        • #5
          I sure hope this is true. We’ve all been screwed over by bull**** fumble calls at least once. Heck, I remember one we recovered on the goal line at Emporia several years back that might have been over turned if replay was available.
          Roll Chos!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by northwest missouri state View Post
            from miaa media days it sounds like minimally a year away with hurdles to clear to make it economically feasible
            What I got from media day was that it was already economically feasible, but they were having trouble explaining that in a way the conference prez and company could understand.

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            • #7
              yes those were the hurdles i mentioned. i thought they were talking about the ncaa though relative to not needing to pay the additional $ for another in booth official on site at every game & explaining the way the process would work to those in power. i was half listening while working though.
              Go Bearcats!
              M-I-Z-Z-O-U!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by northwest missouri state View Post
                yes those were the hurdles i mentioned. i thought they were talking about the ncaa though relative to not needing to pay the additional $ for another in booth official on site at every game & explaining the way the process would work to those in power. i was half listening while working though.
                That may have been it. I was only half listening too.

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                • #9
                  Maryville Forum reported the AD's approved it and the MIAA will have it this year.

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                  • #10
                    While it sounds great, are they going to have the camera views to really make a difference? My bet is no as we all know that we are at the mercy of student camera operators who may or may not even have a shot worth watching.

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                    • #11
                      Neibling officiated games will now take 8 weeks to complete because they will be reviewing each play.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Gorilla John 92 View Post
                        While it sounds great, are they going to have the camera views to really make a difference? My bet is no as we all know that we are at the mercy of student camera operators who may or may not even have a shot worth watching.
                        hopefully better than nothing. & also hopefully expedient.
                        Go Bearcats!
                        M-I-Z-Z-O-U!

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                        • #13
                          I like the idea for limited use. I don't want it to be like the NFL or d1 where games take forever and there's no flow because of it.

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                          • #14
                            It's a pain in MIAA basketball. 2 of the 3 officials go to the monitor while the 3rd stands at mid court. It takes a while for the kid at the table (at least it's a kid at CentralMO) to find the play. Once they find the play, the 2 look at it for a while. Then 1 of the 2 trades places the one at mid court and those 2 watch it for a while. Then all 3 get together a mid court and discuss. Then they call the coaches over and tell them what they saw.

                            I see no reason to make this a group effort. Send one to the monitor and once the play is found start a timer give him/her a set amount of time to make a call. If they can't make a call in that time, the original call stands.

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                            • #15
                              https://themiaa.com/news/2022/8/8/mi...ll-season.aspx

                              more info on the process including what plays a coach can potentially challenge

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